Port congestion risk rises as US LNG exports ramp up
The risk of port congestion in the US Gulf during times of unfavourable weather has heightened as LNG exports from the area increase. But the market can take solace from the prospect that over the next few years, supplies from elsewhere should be more than enough to make up for any shortfall resulting from domestic disruption
Warnings of greatly increased traffic along key waterways, especially during hurricane and fogging seasons
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