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Global LNG shipping – orders and deliveries

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Our report identifies LNG transportation trends in shipping, including changes in LNG ship charter rates, order and delivery patterns.

It comes with a complete set of data on the LNG transportation fleet and order book, including a list of all new LNG ship orders and deliveries for 2018/ 2019.

07 December 2022

Global LNG shipping – orders and deliveries

Report summary

At the start of November, LNG spot charter rates were trending upwards before falling rapidly at the end of the month. The availability of spot vessel vessels increased as the expected start-up date of Freeport LNG was delayed and vessels that were due to load there were offered out as sublets. Additionally, colder weather in Europe has drawn down gas in storage, easing some of the operational bottlenecks at European regas terminals. A total of 162 new vessels have been ordered so far this year. Previously, the highest number of orders received in a single year was 77 in 2021.

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  1. Executive Summary
  2. New orders
  3. Deliveries 2019
  4. Deliveries 2018
  5. Charts
  6. Notes

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