At least 12 empty liquefied natural gas vessels are sitting idle off the coast of Qatar, one of the world’s biggest producers of the fuel, as the deadly coronavirus plays havoc with international commodities markets.
The reasons for the unusual gathering of ships aren’t immediately clear. But the timing coincides with ship diversions, cargo cancellations and reduced demand in Asia.
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