The American pressure appears to be: After a Deal with US President, Trump in the trade dispute has increased the European Union to Import US liquefied natural gas in the past nine months to 272 percent.
The EU imported significantly more American liquefied natural gas: In the nine months since July 2018 and 10.4 billion cubic meters have been introduced. Compared to the same period a year earlier, according to the EU Commission a growth of 272 per cent.
Background of the development of the ongoing trade dispute between the US and the EU in Order to defuse this, had EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, US President Donald Trump last July, to import significantly more liquefied natural gas ("LNG") from the United States, "in order to diversify the energy supply".
U.S. energy Secretary Perry called for more LNG imports.Perry promotes more imports
this project, organised by the EU-Commission and the US government is now in Brussels for a meeting with the gas industry. US Secretary of energy, Rick Perry showed himself in the light of this increase in Exports, according to its own words, "encouraged by the progress". He campaigned in favour of the share rises even further in the future.
Because the share of LPG in the energy mix is still relatively low: around a third of US exports to the EU land meanwhile, in the energy mix of the EU liquefied gas from the USA, but plays a minor role. Just 13.4 percent of the LPG imports to the EU originate from the US, in addition, it still plays a minor role in consumption: much less than half of it, most of the Gas in the EU is still made of conventional lines.