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Pandemic-led slowdown holds back Nigerian LNG deliveries

Ships laden with liquefied natural gas cargoes from Nigeria have taken weeks more to land in Europe as demand dries up. India and Bangladesh, however, appear to have made use of this window to take in any distressed or stranded cargoes

Cargoes are taking twice as long to land in Spain and France and some have been diverted to Asia or the Indian subcontinent

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