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U.S. EIA Predicts Decline in LNG Imports

In its Short-Term Energy Outlook released yesterday, the EIA predicts that LNG imports will decline over the rest of the year due to falling prices in the U.S. market relative to price levels in Europe and Asia. However, the EIA still expects LNG import
August 7, 2007

In its Short-Term Energy Outlook released yesterday, the EIA predicts that LNG imports will decline over the rest of the year due to falling prices in the U.S. market relative to price levels in Europe and Asia. However, the EIA still expects LNG import levels to reach a record-high 850 Bcf for 2007. Platts LNG Daily provides additional coverage. [Subscription required]

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