Oil and petrochems ports reopen in Mexico as weather improves

All Mexican oil and petrochemicals ports reopened to shipping early Wednesday after a 48-hour closure by bad weather, as per the Ministry of Communications and Transportation in Platts. High winds and heavy seas forced the closing of Gulf Coast ports- petrochemicals port of Altamira and crude-loading ports of Dos Bocas, Cayo Arcas and Pajaritos. The stormy conditions were provoked by a seasonal cold front that swept through the Isthmus of Tehuantepec from the Gulf to Salina Cruz, Mexico's only Pacific Coast oil port.
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