Argentina plays it safe on winter LNG

Buenos Aires has lined up 50 LNG cargoes for delivery over the colder months to ensure Argentines will stay warm during the winter
By Chris Noon 10 April 2017

Argentina’s summertime LNG demand may have vanished, but the country is not taking any chances with supply over its colder months. It has lined up 50 LNG cargoes

Argentina plans to import 50 LNG cargoes between March and August, according to data from state-run Enarsa. Volumes will be fairly evenly split between the Escobar terminal, which is about 50 km from Buenos Aires, and Bahía Blanca, southwest of Buenos Aires province. Escobar generally receives more cargoes than Bahía Blanca, but...

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