Increased US liquid gas transits through Panama Canal

The passage of vessels carrying liquefied natural gas (LNG) through the  Panama Canal continues to rise. On Friday, July 18 Maria Energy traveled with the first shipment of LNG from the Cheniere plant in Corpus Christi, Texas, The plant that joins the three that already use the Panama Canal for the placement of the product in ports located on the Pacific. On July 13, Gaslog Sydney with LNG from Cameron, in Louisiana also moved through the expanded locks.

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