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Trickle of LPG Tank Cars to Mexico Expected to Become Steady Stream

by Clifton Linton, Editor, Energy Transport Insider

A trickle of LPG rail shipments to the U.S.’s southern neighbor could become a steady stream as the Mexican market continues with deregulation. Still, development of receiving terminals is progressing slowly.

The Mexican LPG market opened to imports in February 2016, and discussions with LPG industry sources at the International LPG Symposium in Indian Wells, Calif., last week revealed that many firms have become comfortable with shipping to this new destination. Names of firms shipping to Mexico include some of the largest ...

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