Foreign Buyers of U.S. Propane Don’t Want What They Paid ForBy
Asians paying estimated $2 million fees and giving up cargoes
Cheaper shipping costs not enough to offset high propane cost
Buying propane cargoes from the U.S. Gulf Coast is becoming so painful for foreign buyers locked into long-term agreements that they’re paying to stop shipments.
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