U.S. LNG pulled back by -0.2 Bcf/d today as every Gulf Coast terminal posted a small drop for the day, placing total demand at 11.4 Bcf/d.
Meanwhile European LNG storage levels ramped 25% since April 8, with storage building by +26 Bcf and hitting 131 BCf (48% of capacity.) The change moved LNG storage levels back within the 5-year average.
Source: Criterion Research
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