American liquefied natural gas is gradually losing demand in European countries, according to Bloomberg. The Europeans have already given up 40 cargo deliveries for the summer of 2020.
Journalists emphasize that from January to April from the United States to Europe received about 60-75 shipments of liquefied natural gas per month. Recently, consumers in the Old World countries have begun to abandon the American “blue fuel” gradually: in June, 10 batches of gas will not be in demand, in July — 30.
It is assumed that the failures may continue until October 2020, until the recovery of demand for “blue fuel” and the partial release of storage facilities.