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Global LNG shipping - fleet overview 2017

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03 February 2017

Global LNG shipping - fleet overview 2017

Report summary

LNG shipping capacity expanded 7.1% in 2016 with 28 new ships delivered to the fleet and just one scrapped. The rate of growth would have been higher if there hadn’t been delays to scheduled delivery dates. Currently 48 vessels are scheduled for delivery in 2017 which would see the fleet grow by 11.8% without any scrapping or further delivery slippage (which we expect again). Ships in the Atlantic basin enjoyed a late year rally in spot/short-term freight rates as Atlantic LNG supply was drawn to Asia by higher prices at the year-end; but in general rates remained low, averaging US$33,500/day in 2016. This helped keep orders for new ships at the lowest level since 2010, with just six ships contracted in 2016 – one of which was an FSRU. Shipowners have exercised restraint, despite temptingly low newbuilding prices (for larger more fuel-efficient ships) being offered by troubled shipyards. Excel download of LNG fleet database and statistics included.

Table of contents

  • Executive summary
    • LNG summary
      • LNG fleet - by containment system
      • LNG fleet - by propulsion system
    • LNG shipping fleets by company
      • Summary of corporate LNG shipping capability
      • Flexible shipping capability

Tables and charts

This report includes 21 images and tables including:

  • Orders and deliveries v. short-term charter rates
  • Deliveries by size range v. fleet development
  • Number of ships delivered by year
  • Cumulative number of ships by year
  • Shipping capacity additions by year
  • Cumulative shipping capacity by year
  • Ships withdrawn from the fleet
  • LNG orders
  • LNG orderbook
  • LNG vessel orders since 2010 by selected shipowners
  • LNG fleet ownership profile
  • LNG fleet charterer profile
  • LNG fleet - by ship size
  • Average LNG ship size
  • Current fleet
  • Orderbook
  • Curerent fleet
  • Orderbook
  • Shipping capability by company
  • Owned/leased fleets disposition
  • Time chartered fleet disposition

What's included

This report contains:

  • Document

    LNG Fleet Company Files.zip

    ZIP 2.63 MB

  • Document

    LNG fleet database Jan-17.xls

    XLS 370.00 KB

  • Document

    corporate summary charts 2017.xls

    XLS 179.50 KB

  • Document

    lng fleet summary charts 2017.xls

    XLS 469.50 KB

  • Document

    Global LNG shipping - fleet overview 2017

    PDF 417.93 KB

  • Document

    Global LNG shipping - fleet overview 2017

    ZIP 3.41 MB

  • Document

    Executive summary

    PDF 121.36 KB

  • Document

    Executive summary

    PDF 107.13 KB

  • Document

    Supply

    PDF 210.70 KB

  • Document

    Supply

    PDF 206.18 KB

  • Document

    Key companies

    PDF 122.79 KB

  • Document

    Key companies

    PDF 105.66 KB

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