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LNG on Water Rose 11% Last Week

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The total estimated quantity of LNG on tankers that have not unloaded for at least 20 days rose by 11% over the last week to 3.74mn tons as of 14 April, according to Bloomberg estimates.

  • Volumes were above 2023 levels of 2.689mn tons and well above the five-year average of 1.751mn tons.
  • The estimated volume of LNG on tankers that have not unloaded for at least 30 days also increased to 1.652mn tons as of 15 April, up from 1.33mn tons a week earlier.

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The total estimated quantity of LNG on tankers that have not unloaded for at least 20 days rose by 11% over the last week to 3.74mn tons as of 14 April, according to Bloomberg estimates.

  • Volumes were above 2023 levels of 2.689mn tons and well above the five-year average of 1.751mn tons.
  • The estimated volume of LNG on tankers that have not unloaded for at least 30 days also increased to 1.652mn tons as of 15 April, up from 1.33mn tons a week earlier.