CMA CGM and Total sign LNG deal for mega-vessels

Total will supply the LNG that CMA CGM's new fleet of huge container ships will sail on, once they are delivered, beginning in 2020. The contract between the oil company and the container carrier is set to run ten years.

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The two major French companies Total and CMA CGM have entered a deal for Total to supply the LNG on which CMA CGM's new mega-vessels will sail.

CMA CGM will take delivery of the first of the nine 22,000 teu container ships in 2020, and Total will supply LNG over the next ten years to the vessels, which corresponds to total LNG volumes of around 300,000 tons, the carrier writes in a statement.

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