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Natural gas flows to liquefaction plants along the Gulf Coast of the USA have been on the decline since the start of October, reflecting a decline in LNG production prompted by maintenance and outages.  The average daily volume of gas flows from U.S. fields to the liquefaction trains in the South stood at 11.1 billion cubic feet which is down from 11.5 billion cubic feet for September and further down from the record 12.9 billion cubic feet daily booked in March as demand for U.S. LNG from Europe surged.

U.S. LNG Production Declines Despite Robust Demand

Natural gas flows to liquefaction plants along the Gulf Coast of the USA have been on the decline since the start of October, reflecting a decline in LNG production prompted by maintenance and outages.  The average daily volume of gas flows from U.S. fields to the liquefaction trains in the South stood at 11.1 billion cubic feet which is down from 11.5 billion cubic feet for September and further down from the record 12.9 billion cubic feet daily booked in March as demand for U.S. LNG from Europe surged.

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