A decline in the water level of the Parana River to a 10-year low is slowing deliveries of oil products and biofuels in central and northern Argentina, an industry source said Wednesday. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now The situation is expected to last at least another month, the source added. The Parana is running around 0.5 meters below average levels for this time of year in Rosario, a key agriculture hub in the heartland province of Santa Fe, according to a report Tuesday by the Rosario Board of Trade. This is forcing transporters to move less cargo, in particular of grains and derivatives, said Guillermo Wade, head of Chamber of Port and Maritime Activities in Rosario, Santa Fe, in a telephone interview Wednesday. While oil products are generally transported on smaller boats, the low water level is nonetheless forcing […]