The US quadruples LNG exports to Europe

The major increase in LNG exports to the European continent is due to a smaller gas price gap between Europe and Asia as well as lower Eastern demand, according to the EIA.
In May, US President Donald Trump visited an LNG terminal in Huckberry, Louisiana. Europe in particular has been receiving increasing LNG volumes from the US in recent months. | Photo: Leah Millis / Reuters / Ritzau Scanpix
In May, US President Donald Trump visited an LNG terminal in Huckberry, Louisiana. Europe in particular has been receiving increasing LNG volumes from the US in recent months. | Photo: Leah Millis / Reuters / Ritzau Scanpix

The US has definitely broken into exporting liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Europe, according to new figures from the US Energy Information Administration (EIA).

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