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Crude export bottlenecks see shift to ports from Permian

Shipowners and traders closely watch port and pipeline developments in the US Gulf. Exports from the region have more than tripled in the past three years

Additional pipelines bringing more oil to the coast could flood US port refineries that are already thought to be taking the maximum local oil they can handle. Refineries are mostly geared up for heavier crudes from overseas 


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