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Celsius Shipping adds two large LNG tankers to orderbook

With an order for two LNG tankers, Celsius Shipping hopes to operate a fleet of 10 large LNG vessels by 2024. Celcius has already placed orders for four vessels, with another four LNG tankers of the same type already in operation. The new vessels will be chartered out to a major oil company.

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Celsius Shipping grows its fleet of four large LNG tankers, each with a capacity of 180,000 cubic meters, by adding two more tankers of the same size.

Already, Celsius has placed orders for four tankers, bringing the total fleet of large LNG tankers to 10 upon delivery of the new orders in 2024, writes Celsius in a press release.

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