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RPT-UPDATE 2-Asian LNG spot prices drop to multi-year lows below $4/mmBtu

21 Jan 2020

SINGAPORE, Jan 21 Asian liquefied natural gas (LNG) spot prices dropped to multi-year lows on Tuesday with at least one cargo being sold into Northeast Asia below the psychological barrier of $4 per million British thermal units (mmBtu).

UPDATE 2-Asian LNG spot prices drop to multi-year lows below $4/mmBtu

21 Jan 2020

* Sustained low gas prices could spur coal-to-gas switch (Adds details)

Japan's Osaka Gas looks to Europe to sell spare LNG cargoes: sources

21 Jan 2020

LONDON/SINGAPORE Japan's Osaka Gas has offered two liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargoes from the newly-commissioned Freeport LNG project in the United States for delivery into Europe, industry sources said.

UPDATE 3-Oil prices slide as supply concerns fade

21 Jan 2020

* Oil disruption could be offset by OPEC output -PAJ president

Oil prices gain on Libya, Iraq supply worries

21 Jan 2020

* Oil disruption could be offset by OPEC output - PAJ president

Prompt Asian LNG prices hit four-month low, drop below $5/mmBtu

17 Jan 2020

SINGAPORE Asian spot prices for liquefied natural gas (LNG) for the current month fell below $5 per million British thermal units (mmBtu), to their lowest in four months, as buyers remained on the sidelines ahead of the Lunar New Year holidays.

GLOBAL LNG-Prompt Asian prices hit 4-month low, drop below $5/mmBtu

17 Jan 2020

* Malaysia's Petronas buys cargo following fire in gas pipeline

Chinese demand for U.S. LNG unlikely to surge as long as tariffs remain

16 Jan 2020

SINGAPORE Chinese purchases of U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) are unlikely to surge, despite an agreement for China to buy more U.S. energy supplies, because tariffs on gas from the United States remain in place, analysts and traders said.

Chinese demand for U.S. LNG unlikely to surge as long as tariffs remain

16 Jan 2020

SINGAPORE, Jan 16 Chinese purchases of U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) are unlikely to surge, despite an agreement for China to buy more U.S. energy supplies, because tariffs on gas from the United States remain in place, analysts and traders said.

Oil prices slip on concerns U.S.-China trade deal may not boost demand

15 Jan 2020

* U.S. to keep tariffs on Chinese goods until Phase 2 deal-Mnuchin

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