High benchmark sees SE Asian LNG imports fall

Thailand and Singapore posted reduced LNG imports in May 2017 on an annual basis, but this is largely down to unusually high imports recorded in May 2016
By Andrew Walker 10 July 2017

A high benchmark for Thailand’s LNG imports saw them decline by 9% in May 2017 on an annual basis despite strong growth for the year. Imports were unusually high in May 2016, with imported volumes exceeding 400,000 tons whereas average monthly imports for 2016 were 240,000 tons. Imports for the first five months of 2017 averaged more than 350,000 tons, showing a marked increase over the year.










 

Thailand’s LNG imports, May 2017

Country Volume, tons Value, $ million Cost, $/MMBtu Cost in 2016, $/MMBtu Cost...

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