Liquefied natural gas exports from the United States increased over the week ending September 4, U.S. Energy Information Administration said in its report.
Data shows that 12 LNG tankers with a total carrying capacity of 43 billion cubic feet of LNG have been dispatched from U.S. facilities, four cargoes more when compared to the previous week.
Out of the 12 cargoes, seven were dispatched from Cheniere’s Sabine Pass facility, three from its Corpus Christi plant with one cargo departing from Dominion’s Cove Point and Freeport LNG plants, each.
One vessel was loading at the Sabine Pass facility on Wednesday, September 4.
EIA reminded that the Freeport LNG cargo was its first commissioning load from its first liquefaction train. Approximately 150,000 cubic meters of LNG were loaded aboard the LNG Jurojin, which departed from the Freeport LNG terminal on September 3, according to a statement by the project developer.
The data also shows that average daily pipeline supplies of natural gas to the LNG facilities edged down from 6.4 Bcf/d in the previous week to 6.3 Bcf/d, during the week under review.
LNG World News Staff