NRGBriefs: Trinidad and Peru and Reduced LNG Exports

(Energy Analytics Institute, 13.Jul.2022) — Energy briefs including Latin American gas producers Trinidad and Tobago and Peru reporting reduced LNG exports to the tune of 3.9 million tons per annum and 1.2 million tons per annum, respectively; and ConocoPhillips (NYSE: COP) posting details related to its second quarter 2022 conference call webcast on 4 August 2022.


Trinidad and Tobago

— The largest decrease in regional LNG exports was seen in LatAm, which saw both of its two exporting markets, Trinidad and Tobago and Peru, reduce exports by 3.9 MTPA and 1.2 MTPA, respectively. “Trinidad and Tobago has continued on a downtrend in LNG exports owing to domestic gas shortages, while Peru has been struggling w/ operational issues at its Peru LNG T1 facility being shut down for over 80 days during the first 9-mths of 2021,” the International Gas Union (IGU) said in its recent 2022 World LNG Report.

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ConocoPhillips (NYSE: COP) will host a conf. call webcast on 4 Aug. 2022, at 12pm EST to discuss 2Q:22 financial and operating results. The co.’s financial and operating results will be released before the mkt opens on 4 Aug. the co. said in an official stmt.


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