Louisiana LNG Begins Moving Again, Forecast Colder, Gas Price Jumps

Yesterday MDN told you of a new threat to LNG shipments from Louisiana with the grounding of a semi-submersible rig, blocking traffic coming from Cheniere Energy’s Sabine Pass LNG export terminal (see More Shipping Channel Troubles for Gulf Coast LNG Exports). That’s in addition to a sunken barge blocking traffic from the nearby Cameron LNG terminal (see Sunken Barge in LA Helps Fuel $0.22 One-Day Drop in NatGas Price). We have some good news on both situations…

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