A third Caribbean liquefied natural gas cargo is headed for Boston, where two other await colder weather before unloading in an unprecedented bet on price spikes this winter. GasLog Partners LP -owned Methane Lydon Volney is expected to arrive in Boston Jan. 11 with an LNG cargo from Trinidad & Tobago, according to ship tracking data compiled by Bloomberg. The tanker will join Cadiz Knutsen and Excelerate Energy ’s Exemplar, which are both anchored in Massachusetts Bay and also carrying LNG cargoes from the Caribbean nation. With New England’s limited gas pipeline capacity, Boston uses LNG imports to fill demand gaps, making it one of the most expensive U.S. markets. Although current prices there aren’t as attractive as in Europe, where an energy crisis has lured scores of U.S. gas tankers, that could change quickly later this month when temperatures are expected to plunge. Power prices in the region […]