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U.S. Gas Has a Panama Canal Problem That’s Got No Easy Fix

By Michael McDonald and Naureen S. Malik (Bloomberg) — It seemed at the time like a somewhat random, and amazingly fortuitous, coincidence. Just as the Panama Canal was unveiling a new, fatter set of locks, U.S. shale drillers were readying their very first exports of liquefied natural gas. While the wide-body tankers that transport LNG […] The post U.S. Gas Has a Panama Canal Problem That’s Got No Easy Fix appeared first on gCaptain.
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