Author: Tom Pawlicki

LPG Week: Back To Reality

Over the last six months, the spread between prices of propane in Northwest Europe and North Africa has seen several erratic moves that created large impacts on flows of LPG between the two regions.

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LPG Ballast Weekly

US Gulf LPG loadings should remain constant next week despite an increase in VLGC arrivals to 16 from 14 this week. Most are going to Houston except for three heading to Nederland and two traveling to Freeport. Loading delays may

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LPG Week: Taking Advantage

The spread between the price of naphtha and propane widened significantly since the beginning of this year. Naphtha was quoted recently at a premium of $85/Mt to propane, which compares to a premium of only $20/Mt at the end of

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LPG Ballast Report

LPG loadings in the US Gulf are expected to increase considerably next week, as the number of vessels at their loading docks increases. In addition to four VLGCs en route to Houston, there are seven more holding outside the port.

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LPG Ballast Report

US Gulf LPG loadings are projected to increase to the highest in more than a month, with 20 VLGCs en route or holding outside port. At least 14 have declared a destination of Houston, while three are going to Nederland.

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LPG Weekly: Business as Usual

The snap-back of sanctions on Iran last year and the end of export waivers earlier this month has not stopped shipments of LPG from Iran, which are now being made near presanction levels.

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LPG Ballast

Loadings of LPG in the US Gulf next week are projected to drop marginally amid a falling number of ships waiting. Currently, 18 VLGCs are en route or holding outside of port compared to 15 last week.

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