LNG vessel orderbook reaches 100 (not out)

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The LNG orderbook has reached 100 vessels, following the order for two ships by a joint venture comprising a Japanese trading house and a Korean shipping company, that will be chartered by a European Oil Major for use on Australian and US export projects. Further orders for Nigeria LNG, Japanese utilities and for Chinese trade (at Chinese yards) are close to being confirmed and are likely to swell the orderbook further. Since short-term charter rates surpassed US$70,000/day in the wake of,

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  • Executive Summary
  • New orders take orderbook to 100 vessels
  • but are these vessels needed?
  • Appendix

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This report includes 8 images and tables including:


  • LNG Vessel Orders so far in 2013
  • LNG Shipping Requirement by Project


  • LNG Vessel Orders & Deliveries v. Short-term/Spot Charter Rates
  • New Ships v New Trains
  • Orderbook by Owner
  • Orderbook by Charterer
  • Orderbook by Shipbuilder
  • Orderbook by Containment System

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