The boost in gas production in the United States has resulted in an increase in LNG cargoes transiting the expanded Panama Canal.
"Nine percent of the more than 1,500 vessels – nearly six per day – that have transited the canal in the one year since the expansion was completed were carrying LNG," the canal’s administrator, Jorge Quijano, said at a ceremony at the Panama Cocoli Locks on Monday, according to the Latin American Herald Tribune.
Before the expansion, the canal was unable to accommodate larger LNG...
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