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Panama Canal: proposed LNG tolls set at competitive level

Panama Canal: proposed LNG tolls set at competitive level

Report summary

On 5 January 2015 the Panama Canal Authority (PCA) published the proposed tolls for larger vessels to utilize the canal when the new locks are in place from Q1 2016. For the first time, this included separate fees for LNG vessels. The proposed fees would allow a laden 174,000 m³ LNG ship to transit the canal for US$382,440; a return trip within 60 days would cost US$683,940. 

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