Liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports from the United States have remained flat over the past two weeks.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration, which issued the last report on November 19, noted that for the week between November 26 and December 2, a total of 18 vessels departed the U.S. facilities.
The 18 vessels had a combined LNG-carrying capacity of 65 Billion cubic feet (Bcf). Cheniere’s Sabine Pass plant shipped a total of five cargoes, with four cargoes shipped by Freeport LNG.
Cameron LNG plant shipped three cargoes with Cove Point, Corpus Christi and Elba Island shipping a couple of cargoes, each.
Natural gas deliveries to U.S. LNG export facilities averaged 10.3 Bcf/d, or 0.6 Bcf/d higher than last week.
U.S. LNG exports set a new monthly record in November, averaging 9.4 Bcf/d, according to EIA’s estimates based on the shipping data provided by Bloomberg Finance.
LNG exports in November were 17 per cent higher than the previous monthly record set in January 2020 at 8.0 Bcf/d.