Winter winds

Published at 09:26 6 Oct 2017 by

Mont Belvieu propane prices smashed through the heady level of 70% of WTI last month as Hurricane Harvey rattled a market already stretched thin by low inventories. The storm put a halt to USGC exports for a week, but shipments subsequently rebounded sharply, with weekly EIA data showing exports ris…

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