Spain's exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) this February soared 6.9 terawatt-hours (TWh) versus the same month a year ago, according to Spanish energy company Enagas.
This February Spain saw 19.3 TWh in LNG exports, up from 12.4 TWh a year earlier, said data from Enagas.
Total imports of natural gas of the country, including piped supplies, fell 0.2% to 29.36 TWh.
The U.S. became the top provider of LNG to Spain in February 2020, with 7.9 TWh, followed by Trinidad and Tobago with 3.6 TWh each.
Spain also imported 2 TWh of LNG from Equatorial Guinea, 1.8 TWh of LNG from Nigeria, 1.4 TWh from Qatar, 1.1 TWh from Russia, 0.9 TWh from Norway, and 0.4 TWh from Argentina.
By Sibel Morrow