Namely, the Clean Ocean, the Gaslog Gibraltar and the Gaslog Hong Kong transited the Canal, coming from the Pacific Ocean, heading north towards the Atlantic Ocean.

This transit marks a significant milestone for the Panama Canal, which began using the interoceanic route for the first time after the Canal expanded on June 26, 2016.

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The Panama Canal reports an average of five transits per week. However, during periods of high seasonal demand, two transits in a day have happened on 14 occasions.

With respect to this fiscal year, since March 2018, the Panama Canal has recorded a total of 134 LNG transits.