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Media: LPG cargo piling up off of Singapore

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Several vessels loaded with LPG cargoes are idle off the coast of Singapore, waiting for better prices on the liquefied petroleum gas. However, the situation is not as severe as last year, writes Reuters.


BY LOUISE VOGDRUP-SCHMIDT
Published 09.08.17 at 13:47

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