At what price? ('Enry's been 'ammered)
It's all happening in terms of production, then.
LNG prices have ripped strongly higher lately.
Which is just as well given that prices had collapsed by well over three quarters since the 'bubbilicious' levels that helped to ignite the investment boom to its heady peak.
After declining rather horribly over the first five months of this calendar year, prices for Australian LNG delivered to markets in North East Asia at last increased in June.
The average price of LNG sold into Japan - presently Australia’s largest market and the world’s largest importer - increased by 18 per cent to US$6.51/gigajoule, with the recent uptick reflecting the oil price rally in early 2016.
Mercifully, the Brent crude oil prices continued to recover to a one year high of US$53.45 today.