Colonial Pipeline outages spur clean freight jumps across Atlantic Basin

May 13 2021


The disruption of clean petroleum product flows on the Colonial Pipeline spurred a flurry of spot clean tanker activity on both sides of the Atlantic Basin in the week started May 10.

 

 

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