60.60 -0.04 (-0.07%)
After hours: 6:47PM EST
|Bid||0.00 x 900|
|Ask||0.00 x 900|
|Day's Range||58.30 - 60.94|
|52 Week Range||46.00 - 71.03|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.49|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||27.60|
|Earnings Date||Feb 19, 2019 - Feb 25, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||79.41|
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Asian spot prices for liquefied natural gas (LNG) slumped this week to a six-month low, bucking the usual winter trend, as low demand persisted and supplies were boosted by deliveries from tankers that had been floating in north Asian waters for weeks. Spot prices for January delivery dropped a dollar to $8.80 per million British thermal units (mmBtu), the lowest since May and below the levels of a year ago, for the first time in 2018. Low demand during the northern hemisphere winter and falling prices follow frantic buying by Asian utilities in September and October, filling up storage for the coming months.
LONDON/SINGAPORE, Dec 4 - Several large liquefied natural gas (LNG) players have tried to offload their obligation to buy future cargoes from the United States, shedding excess commitments made years ago in the rush for new sources and commercial terms for the fuel. The sale of multi-year "strips" of LNG cargoes represent portfolio adjustments by the buyers rather than backlash against U.S. gas, several Asian and Europe-based traders said. Australia's Woodside Petroleum, GAIL (India) and Indonesia's Pertamina have all recently marketed strips they are obliged to buy from Cheniere Energy's Corpus Christi or Dominion Energy's Cove Point terminals from 2019, traders said.
LONDON/SINGAPORE, Dec 4 - Several large liquefied natural gas (LNG) players have tried to offload their obligation to buy future cargoes from the United States, shedding excess commitments made years ago in the rush for new sources and commercial terms for the fuel. Australia's Woodside Petroleum, GAIL (India) and Indonesia's Pertamina have all recently marketed strips they are obliged to buy from Cheniere Energy's Corpus Christi or Dominion Energy's Cove Point terminals from 2019, traders said.
This is the second vessel to visit Corpus since Cheniere started producing LNG in mid-November at the plant's first liquefaction train. Cheniere said the first vessel, LNG Golar Tundra, did not pick up LNG. The company, however, did not say why LNG Golar Tundra was at Corpus.
Cheniere (LNG) currently exports to around 30 countries worldwide, as the firm aims at turning the natural gas glut in the United States into export revolution.
Asian spot prices for liquefied natural gas (LNG) continued their downward spiral this week, falling to a four-month low as demand from top buyers Japan and China failed to materialise amid ample inventory. Spot prices for January delivery in North Asia (LNG-AS) were estimated at about $9.80 per million British thermal units (mmBtu), down 20 cents from the previous week, while spot prices for cargoes delivered in February were estimated at about $9.70 to 9.80 per mmBtu, according to trade sources.
SINGAPORE/LONDON, Nov 30 (Reuters) - Gail India is proposing to swap three liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargoes across the first quarter of next year, trade sources said on Friday. The Indian importer has 20-year deals to buy 5.8 million tonnes a year of U.S. LNG, split between Dominion Energy's Cove Point plant and Cheniere Energy's Sabine Pass site. With few LNG tankers available to ferry the fuel to India, Gail has already struck swap deals for a chunk of its Sabine Pass and Cove Point volumes.
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Asian spot prices for liquefied natural gas (LNG) fell this week despite several Japanese buyers in the market, as sellers held onto cargoes hoping for higher bids and used tankers as storage, which also reduced ship availability for other deals. Spot prices for January delivery in North Asia (LNG-AS) were heard at $10.90 per million British thermal units (mmBtu), 30 cents lower than last week. For late December, spot prices were heard at $10.40 per mmBtu, although they were under the $10 mark for early December delivery weeks.
Cold weather blanketing much of the United States this week boosted spot natural gas prices for Thursday to their highest since January in several regions, while natural gas futures slid 10 percent as investors took profits after a rally that had lifted them to their highest levels in nearly four years. Next-day prices for Thursday, meanwhile, rose to their highest since January at the Henry Hub (NG-W-HH-SNL) benchmark in Louisiana, Dominion South (NG-PCN-APP-SNL) in Pennsylvania and Chicago citygate (NG-CG-CH-SNL). Next-day gas at the Henry Hub rose to $4.57/mmBtu, their highest since January for a fifth day in a row, due to cold weather nationally and as demand at nearby liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminals rose to new highs with the start of new liquefaction trains.
The Corpus Christi project is the third export facility in the United States that produces LNG, after Cheniere's (LNG) Sabina Pass and Dominion's Cove Point terminal.
Cheniere Energy (LNG), the leading liquified natural gas producer, reported its third-quarter earnings on November 8. The higher earnings were mainly driven by a higher number of liquefied natural gas cargoes exported from the Sabine Pass Liquefaction project. After delivering a strong performance in the third quarter, Cheniere Energy’s management raised its adjusted EBITDA guidance to $2.45 billion–$2.55 billion for 2018, which implies an increase of 44% year-over-year.