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The Panama Canal Can Now Accommodate 90 Percent of the World's LNG Tankers

The expansion of the Panama Canal will reduce travel time and transportation costs for LNG tankers coming from the U.S. Gulf Coast to key markets in Asia -- Read more on
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The newly expanded Panama Canal will be able to accommodate 90% of the world's current liquefied natural gas (LNG) tankers with LNG-carrying capacity up to 3.9 billion cubic feet (Bcf). Prior to the expansion, only 30 of the smalles...


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