A collision of two vessels in the Suez Canal hasn’t disrupted LNG traffic between the Atlantic and Pacific basins, but slight delays on the critical waterway could help add to shipping times as U.S. cargoes continue to shift from the Panama Canal.

The Suez Canal Authority reported Wednesday a stop in traffic on the channel after a liquefied natural gas carrier chartered by BP plc collided with an oil product tanker due to a technical issue. The canal authority reported light damage to both vessels and traffic resumed shortly after both ships were secured on Wednesday.

While the collision didn’t cause major disruptions to LNG trade like the grounding of the cargo ship Ever Given in 2021, shipping agent Leth Agencies reported there were still some delays on Friday.