US liquefied natural gas exports are slowly resuming after a deep freeze along the Gulf Coast disrupted operations, with as many as 18 tankers queuing up in the Gulf of Mexico to load cargo as of Friday. Feed gas flows to LNG plants were also starting to recover from a low of 2.2 billion cubic feet per day on Tuesday to nearly 6 Bcf/d on Friday.
US LNG plants spring back to life after winter storm
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