LNG carriers called ‘floating pipelines’
Reflects sale of most liquefied natural gas under long-term contracts; conversion to LNG more expensive than ocean shipping
Researcher/writer for the Office of the Federal Coordinator
The story of LNG shipping is a tale of massive investment, sophisticated technology, engineering wizardry and repeated efforts to tame the ocean’s mayhem. All in the pursuit of moving trillions of cubic feet of natural gas worth tens of billions of dollars a year across the seas.
It’s a fast-growing....
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A growth industry
Charter rates vary
Ship owners vary, too
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