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NATS: Warm Weather in the Midwest and East Slows Sendout from LNG Terminals

In comments released yesterday, NATS cites warmer-than-normal weather in the midwest and eastern parts of the United States as one reason for slowing LNG imports to North America. According to NATS, Trunkline LNG remains idle as North American natural ga
January 7, 2008

In comments released yesterday, NATS cites warmer-than-normal weather in the midwest and eastern parts of the United States as one reason for slowing LNG imports to North America. According to NATS, Trunkline LNG remains idle as North American natural gas prices continue to be considerably lower than Asian and European price levels. [Subscription required]

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