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US Cameron LNG Export Terminal Began Maintenance This Week

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The Cameron LNG export terminal in Louisiana started planned maintenance earlier this week, sources told Bloomberg.

  • Natural gas supplies to the Cameron terminal dropped to 1.42bcf/d on Tuesday, compared with 2.04bcf/d on Monday and 2.30bcf/d last week according to Bloomberg, suggesting that one production train is offline.
  • Total feedgas supplies to US LNG terminals dropped to 9.51bcf/d on Tuesday, due to lower flows to Cameron LNG, Freeport LNG, Sabine Pass and Corpus Christi.
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The Cameron LNG export terminal in Louisiana started planned maintenance earlier this week, sources told Bloomberg.

  • Natural gas supplies to the Cameron terminal dropped to 1.42bcf/d on Tuesday, compared with 2.04bcf/d on Monday and 2.30bcf/d last week according to Bloomberg, suggesting that one production train is offline.
  • Total feedgas supplies to US LNG terminals dropped to 9.51bcf/d on Tuesday, due to lower flows to Cameron LNG, Freeport LNG, Sabine Pass and Corpus Christi.