The share of United States LNG exports heading to Latin America and the Caribbean fell from 47% in 2016 as a whole to 27% in January 2017, according to US Department of Energy data. Brazil, Argentina and Chile – which bought 20 US cargoes between them in 2016 – did not import any US LNG in January.
“The US is well-positioned [to supply Brazil and Argentina], except our demand is not firm demand,” Sylvie D’Apote, founder and managing partner of Prysma E&T...
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