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Pavilion cancels U.S. LNG cargo loading as market faces oversupply

19 Nov 2019

SINGAPORE Singaporean gas importer and marketer Pavilion Energy has taken the unusual step of cancelling the loading of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargo from the United States, but has agreed to pay for it, several industry sources told Reuters.

UPDATE 2-Pavilion cancels U.S. LNG cargo loading as market faces oversupply

19 Nov 2019

* Pavilion cargo part of long-term deal with Mitsubishi (Adds prices)

Bahrain LNG terminal to start operations by year-end - Teekay

14 Nov 2019

SINGAPORE, Nov 14 Bahrain's first liquefied natural gas (LNG) regasification terminal is now expected to start operations by year-end, Teekay LNG Partners said in its quarterly financial results, later than initially expected.

Worst winter likely for LNG as Asian prices to stay at seasonal low

11 Nov 2019

* Japan weather bureau says above average temperature expected

UPDATE 2-Argentina's YPF loads first commercial LNG cargo from new floating facility

08 Nov 2019

* Tanker Methane Kari Elin to pick up next cargo - trader (Updates with YPF chartering the Excalibur)

GLOBAL LNG-Asian prices drop for 3rd week amid expectations of mild winter

08 Nov 2019

SINGAPORE, Nov 8 Asian spot prices for liquefied natural gas (LNG) fell for a third consecutive week on expectations of a mild winter denting demand amid ample global supply, trade sources said.

Asian LNG spot prices jump to eight-month high ahead of winter

18 Oct 2019

SINGAPORE/LONDON Asian spot prices for liquefied natural gas (LNG) rose to an eight-month high this week as demand for cargoes emerged ahead of winter.

GLOBAL LNG-Asian spot prices jump to 8-month high ahead of winter

18 Oct 2019

SINGAPORE/LONDON, Oct 18 Asian spot prices for liquefied natural gas (LNG) rose to an eight-month high this week as demand for cargoes emerged ahead of winter.

Oil prices fall as data points to huge build in U.S. stocks

17 Oct 2019

* U.S. crude stocks rose 10.5 mln bbls in week to Oct. 11 -API

Oil prices edge higher on potential Brexit deal; OPEC signals of possible cuts

16 Oct 2019

SINGAPORE Oil prices rose on Wednesday, tracking gains in equities, as investors pinned hopes on a potential Brexit deal between Britain and the European Union and on signals from OPEC and its allies that further supply curbs could be possible.

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