Record U.S. LNG exports in April following Freeport’s return to service. Most of the cargoes are still heading to Europe
Overall feedgas last week averaged 12.82 Bcf/d, down 790 MMcf/d week-on-week.
The drop was due to lower flows to Corpus Christi and Cameron.
The drop at Corpus Christi was short lived and feedgas has since returned to full utilization but flows to Cameron will likely be reduced for some time as the terminal began maintenance on Train 2 on April 28.
Sempra has not said how long the maintenance will take, but LNG terminal maintenance typically takes around three weeks.
Twenty-eight LNG cargoes departed from U.S. terminals last week, three more than in the previous week.
Nine cargoes left from Sabine Pass, four each from Corpus Christi, Freeport and Cameron, three each from Calcasieu Pass and Cove Point, and one from Elba.
Source: RBN Energy