US LNG exports could create demand for 200 new ships
The United States' LNG expport could result in employment for 200 new ships, in addition to the 380 ships that already sail with LNG. And LNG is generally becoming more visible to all parties involved, writes Platou in a new analysis.
BY LOUISE VOGDRUP-SCHMIDT
The export of LNG from the United States to the rest of the world could become a massive business for shipping, writes Platou. It could be the beginning of a whole new infrastructure development.
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