Phish fans in the Midwest are in for some serious weather, as the band has just announced a 90 minute delay to their listed doors time for tonight’s show at the Klipsch Music Center (aka Deer Creek), due to incoming storms. See the post making the announcement from Phish below: While Klipsch reportedly has an 11 PM curfew, the band encountered a similar situation at the outdoor venue in 2009, when fans had to wait hours between sets for thunderstorms to pass. Phish opted to pay the fine and break curfew, playing their full show well into the night. We’ll keep this article updated with more news from Phish, but you can also tune in to the band’s Twitter for more details.
The average price Japanese buyers paid for spot LNG cargoes contracted in August rose for the third month in a row.The data released on Tuesday by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry shows that the contracted spot LNG price rose 7 percent when compared to the previous month and 84.4 percent year-on-year.The average price of spot LNG cargoes delivered to Japan in August stood at $9.8/MMBtu, down 4.8 percent from July and a rise of 75 percent when compared to August 2017, METI data showed.Only spot LNG cargoes are taken into account in this assessments, excluding short, medium and long-term contract cargoes, as well as those linked to a particular price index. LNG World News Staff