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Dutch and French LNG import terminals remained the top destinations for US liquefied natural gas supplies in recent months, according to the Department of Energy's data.[1][2][3][4][5] In March 2024, the US exported 60.6 Bcf of LNG to France and 57.2 Bcf to the Netherlands, accounting for over 50% of total US LNG exports that month.

The Netherlands was the top destination for US LNG in the first quarter of 2024, receiving 144.5 Bcf or 43 cargoes, a 6% increase compared to the previous year.[2] This trend highlights the continued importance of the European market for US LNG exports.

Citations:
[1] https://www.linkedin.com/posts/lng-prime_dutch-and-french-terminals-remain-top-destinations-activity-7211590394256490496-9xsJ
[2] https://lngprime.com/americas/french-and-dutch-terminals-remain-top-destinations-for-us-lng-cargoes/112949/
[3] https://www.linkedin.com/posts/solomonpetergroup_dutch-and-french-terminals-remain-top-destinations-activity-7211760284502294528-t3Ci
[4] https://www.insights-global.com/netherlands-remains-top-destination-for-us-lng-supplies/
[5] https://twitter.com/LngPrime/status/1805824824775762279

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