(Montel) LNG deliveries to Europe and Turkey increased 3% last week from the prior one to a fresh six-month high of nearly 3.8bcm, Kpler ship-tracking data showed on Monday.
Supply of the liquid fuel had jumped 25% month on month in November to date, with Europe having imported 3.6bcm/week, compared to 2.9bcm/week on average in October.
Imports had increased due to the onset of colder conditions, though mild weather had dominated for much of this month.
Nevertheless, Europe was set to see temperatures 1-2C below average this week, said forecaster SMHI.
“Shipments of LNG are near record highs…