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Will Panama Canal capacity be an issue for US LNG exports?


Will Panama Canal capacity be an issue for US LNG exports?

Report summary

The Panama Canal is presently being expanded, offering Atlantic basin LNG quicker and cheaper access to premium Pacific markets.  However as the scale of potential US LNG exports grows, worries are emerging that the expanded capacity will be insufficient to enable all the US LNG to flow to Asia.  We present our own views.

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This LNG Insight report highlights the key issues surrounding this topic, and draws out the implications for those involved.

If you want to look at the trends, risks and implications of this topic, this report gives you an alternative point of view to help inform your decision making.

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