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It's time for the waterways to raise a ruckus

When you were in school did you ever feel like you just couldn’t get a break? Maybe you were always the smallest in your class. You never got picked first for games at recess. You tried really hard to get good grades, studied on Friday nights, and never caused a disruption in class. But it was always the bigger, faster and rowdier kids that got all the attention.

Now you understand the predicament of the inland waterways industry as it tries to navigate in a highly unpredictable place like Washington, D.C., against the big boys (and girls) who advocate for noisy trucks, big bridges, endless highways, and railroads that seem to be in everyone’s backyard. Over the decades, federal money for transportation tended largely to gravitate toward those highly visible sectors, leaving the rivers starved of love and money, ambling along just doing their jobs as best they could as the infrastructure they depended on crumbled and crashed.

Now it’s time to raise a ruckus because a big infrastructure initiative is forcing Washington to pay attention.

March-April spot price spread may tighten on supply outlook

(Reuters) - Asian spot liquefied natural gas (LNG) prices for April delivery showed a steep discount to March prices but the spread could tighten due to falling U.S. output, low South Korean inventory levels and buyers delaying purchases.

Spot prices for April delivery in Asia were assessed at $7.90 per million British thermal units (mmBtu) this week.

Declining feed-gas supply at Cheniere Energy’s Sabine Pass liquefaction plant in Louisiana may squeeze exports and lift Asian prices if production suffers for an extended period of time.

Some traders linked the cut in gas flows to news earlier this week that federal regulators ordered Cheniere to shut two of the plant’s five storage tanks which leaked the super-cold fuel.

An ongoing investigation was looking into whether the three operating tanks had also leaked. Cheniere did not return requests for comment.

Production from Peru LNG remained offline into its second week but repairs to a burst pipeline feeding the plant were at an “advanced stage” and should resume by the end of this week.