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    xmashill
    xmashill
    Do like the rest of us do and ignore him. Lng hitting on all cylinders. Next stop $50
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    Jason
    Jason
    okay i can see there is not much point in trying to have a normal discusion about LNG with this TROLL GARY posting his FECAL MATTER everywhere.
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    gary
    gary
    Insiders dumping again this morning they wait for the price to go up then unload.
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    mick
    mick
    It seems according to celsius energy article posted 18 sept that LNG shipments from cheniere energy to china are increasing.
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    Charles
    Charles
    Mexico’s state-run Federal Electricity Commission has reportedly selected Shell and Cheniere to deliver nine liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargoes in the fourth-quarter.

    The-Hague based LNG giant Shell won most of the tender, which was awarded on Tuesday, with shipments to be spread across October, November and December, Reuters reported citing trading sources.

    The report added that US LNG export player Cheniere also took a share of CFE’s requirement.

    The shipments are to be delivered into the Vopak-operated Altamira LNG import terminal on Mexico’s Atlantic coast.
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    gary
    gary
    Don't look now Mick up couple thousand dollars still holding will let you know when I sell for yet another profit I forget at least over 60 times it adds up.
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    Maria
    Maria

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    gary
    gary
    Thanks Mick that makes 63 one time posters keep up the good work you are the straw that stirs the drink.
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    Charles
    Charles
    CelsiusEnergy shows feedgas input has increased to 2.88 bcf - that exceeds the 4 train nameplate capacity (2.6 bcf) and the highest I've seen at Sabine Pass. It would appear that the T3 maintenance outage is over and T4 is producing its 2nd commissioning cargo. Meanwhile the 6th post-Harvey cargo departed this a.m. and another tanker moved into the terminal.
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    gary
    gary
    Another large insider sell order right after the open this morning.
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    gary
    gary
    Come on Mick how about another one time poster I know you are getting tired of your one word responses too funny.
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    gary
    gary
    Yeah Mick ignore me just like xmashill three responses in three months all about myself too funny.
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    gary
    gary
    I knew you couldn't resist Mick that makes 62 one time posters we will hit that 100 soon.
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    gary
    gary
    To the guy that said contracts couldn't be broke too funny how some people don't have a clue about the real world of business and how it works money in hand is the only sure thing.
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    Charles
    Charles
    Appears Sabine Pass continues to ramp up operations. 3rd cargo since Harvey departed this a.m., two tankers are in the terminal lifting cargoes and three more are in the anchorage. NG feedgas indicates three trains in operation, probably 2nd T4 commissioning cargo + T1/2.
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    rocco
    rocco
    So if you think about it LNg has locked up just about all the shael oil supply of years to come..thats as good as owning it. So the companies that have long term contracts will have to honor them and they will have to cut their margins not LNG...NEXT it does not appear that LNG is gouging in anyway so really they are making just a reasonable profit for liquifying and shipping under the contract terms...who knows maybe XOM had india locked in at a very high price
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    gary
    gary
    Exxon slashes lng price to India bad omen for producers.
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    Jackadd9
    Jackadd9
    Feedgas flow is way up. 2.96 BCF/Day.
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    gary
    gary
    Don't delete your one time posters Mick what not proud of those post I am.
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    Andrew
    Andrew
    Wave of LNG projects start coming online. A huge backlog of major LNG export terminals – planned years ago when spot prices were much higher – are starting to reach completion. Royal Dutch Shell’s (NYSE: RDS.A) Prelude, a one-of-a-kind floating LNG terminal the size of four football fields, is gearing up for operation off of Australia’s northwestern coast. Prelude will produce offshore gas, liquefy it, and export it. The project cost $14 billion and will last for 25 years at least. Chevron’s (NYSE: CVX) Wheatstone LNG project in Australia is also set to come online this month. Wheatstone, combined with Chevron’s Gorgon LNG that came online in 2016, cost the oil major upwards of $88 billion. The projects are coming online at an inauspicious time for LNG, with abundant supplies and low prices. LNG supplies could expand by 50 percent between 2014 and 2021.
    ExxonMobil (NYSE: XOM) agreed to slash its LNG price to India under a 20-year contract, a major concession that demonstrates the increasing leverage that buyers have over sellers in an oversupplied market.
    Shell inks gas deal in Nigeria. Royal Dutch Shell (NYSE: RDS.A) signed an agreement with a Nigerian company to invest in natural gas pipeline infrastructure in an effort to boost gas demand. Shell’s Nigerian unit will invest $300 million “to develop, market and distribute natural gas around Lagos,” according to the FT.