‘Normal’ weather hits Brazilian LNG imports

Brazil is burning less gas amid healthy hydroelectric production, while domestic gas supply is ticking up Brazil is burning less gas amid healthy hydroelectric production, while domestic gas supply is ticking up.
By Chris Noon 9 October 2017 0 27887

Brazil’s LNG demand has fallen significantly in 2017, with the country’s average monthly imports down by 47%

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Brazil spent an average of $32.3 million per month on importing LNG in the first nine months of 2017, according to customs data, down from $64 million per month in 2016. Interfax Global Gas Analytics has forecast Brazilian gas demand will fall by 3.3% in 2017 year on year.

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Brazil’s gas production increased by 4.2%...

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