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Updated to Q1 2021
With major natural gas curtailments in Trinidad completed during December/early January, production and export volumes are understood to have returned to normal. No major plant turnarounds have been confirmed by manufacturers in the Caribbean or the US for the next few months, meaning deliveries to ports along the Gulf coast should comprise the usual import volumes for agricultural and industrial consumption. US export availability is unclear, but cargoes are unlikely unless downstream plants go offline.
As in previous years, agricultural demand will mainly depend on weather patterns and the condition of fields during the cold, winter months. Farmers are unlikely to make any decisions on crop inputs for the spring application until several weeks into the new year. Industrial demand should remain steady, unless the impact of the coronavirus pandemic worsens and smothers any economic rebound in key sectors, in which case domestic capacity cuts could be implemented.
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