Up to 10 cargoes scheduled for loading in October at US liquefaction terminals were said to have been canceled, the fewest since May as improving prices in key end-user markets boost netbacks, according to market sources. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now The majority of the cancellations — about seven — were said to be tied to the two terminals operated by Cheniere Energy, the biggest US LNG exporter, market sources said. A Cheniere spokesman declined to comment. US Gulf Coast LNG netbacks from Northeast Asia rallied recently, led by a bullish surge on the Platts JKM September assessment driven by reports of an outage at the Gorgon LNG facility in Australia. That sentiment weakened slightly Aug. 21 as North Asian LNG spot prices dipped below […]