Largest LNG carriers sized for Qatar
Q-Max tankers are 1,132 feet by 177 feet, while most of the fleet is smaller and sized to fit most LNG export, import terminals
Researcher/writer for the Office of the Federal Coordinator
How big are LNG tankers?
The world’s largest LNG carriers are the Q-Max tankers, so-called because they are the maximum size that can be accommodated at liquefaction terminals in Qatar, the world’s biggest exporter of LNG.
Q-Maxes are 1,132 feet long and 177 feet wide. They draw 39 feet of water. Qa....
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