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    US LNG exports dip in June 3-9: EIA

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Seventeen LNG carriers left US ports during the week.

by: Joseph Murphy

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US LNG exports dip in June 3-9: EIA

US LNG exports fell to 61bn ft3 in the week ending June 9, from 76bn ft3 in the previous seven days, the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) has reported.

Seventeen LNG carriers left US ports in June 3-9, including six from Sabine Pass, four each from Freeport and Corpus Christi and three from Cameron. The Henry Hub spot price rose to $3.10/mn Btu on June 9, up from $3.05/mn Btu a week earlier. Gas supplies to US LNG export facilities averaged 9.4bn ft3/day during June 3-9, or 1.5bn ft3/d less than the previous week.