While Panama Canal boosts LNG traffic the main chock points remain Suez and Strait of Malacca

As the Panama Canal prepares for more traffic from LNG carriers from US liquefaction plants heading for the Pacific Basin, the importance of this Central American waterway is emphasized by the continued concerns about potential choke points elsewhere on key energy routes.

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