Liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports from Cheniere’s Sabine Pass liquefaction facility reached slightly above 142 billion cubic feet during the February-November period, the latest data from the U.S. Department of Energy shows.
The Sabine Pass liquefaction plant, first of its kind to ship U.S. shale gas overseas, exported in total 44 LNG cargoes in the period under review.
The cargoes were delivered to a number of locations including, Brazil, India, U.A.E., Argentina, Portugal, Kuwait, Chile, Spain, China, Jordan, Dominican Republic, Mexico and Turkey.
Export point prices were ranging from the smallest price of $3.18 per MMBtu to the highest price of $6.07 per MMBtu, both recorded in November, the DOE data shows.
DoE’s report, which was released on Tuesday, also shows that American LNG Marketing exported 77,287 million cubic feet (Mcf) of domestically produced LNG in ISO containers in the February-November period. LNG was shipped from Miami, Fla. to Barbados with export point prices ranging from $10.00 per mmBtu to $15.78 per mmBtu.
LNG imports into the U.S. reached 78.6 Bcf in the January-November period, with the majority sourced from Trinidad and Tobago and one cargo from Norway, the report showed.
LNG World News Staff