Record-setting Q2 at northwest Europe’s LNG terminals

Six of the region’s eight LNG terminals saw deliveries above 80pc of capacity for a second consecutive month   All of the LNG terminals across Poland, the Netherlands, Belgium and France’s Atlantic coast received deliveries in May at more than 80pc of their processing capacity, as did the UK’s South Hook terminal, according to data by leading cargo tracking firm Kpler. This marks the second month that six of the facilities that can readily supply into northwest Europe (NWE) have topped 80pc utilisation for the first time since the so-called ‘LNG wave’ started emerging in early 2019. Five terminals hit 80pc utilisation in November 2019 and six in December, m

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