US Gulf coast crude exports remain robust despite lack of deepwater terminals
The US Gulf coast has exported 640m barrels of oil in 2019, and with two months remaining in the year, it appears on track to better the 678m barrels exported in 2018
While 21 tankers loaded oil during the week ending October 18, just three of them were VLCCs: the 300,325 dwt Bunga Kasturi Empat; the 319,398 dwt Richmond Voyager; and the 313,999 dwt New Comfort
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