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Suez Canal Blockage Forces LNG Suppliers to Shift Trade Flows

  • Prolonged blockage may lead to diversions via longer routes
  • No immediate impact on spot LNG shipping rates: Fearnleys
The Golar Tundra was scheduled to arrive in Pakistan by the end of the month until the hold-up in the canal.

The Golar Tundra was scheduled to arrive in Pakistan by the end of the month until the hold-up in the canal.

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There may only be one liquefied natural gas tanker stuck inside the Suez Canal behind the marooned Ever Given, but there are already signs the blockage is beginning to disrupt global LNG flows.