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Loaded LPG Tank Car Moves Rebound in March from February

Loaded liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) tank car moves rebounded in March from February as cold weather persisted through the last month of the official October to March winter heating season. Total loaded LPG tank car moves rose 11.4% in March from February, according to a sampling of tank car moves compiled by Energy Transport Insider.

The rise in moves appeared to be supported by the continuation of winter weather. Blizzards and nor’easter storms were almost a weekly occurrence in New England in March. Additionally, the Canadian National and Canadian Pacific Railways started to make some headway in clearing up congestion on their systems. Both railroads were hit hard by cold weather and...

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