Monaco-based Celsius is sticking to its plan to keep growing in the segment for large gas tanker ships even though Qatar recently made an announcement that might make even the most well-padded investor stop in its tracks.
Celsius partner and Chairman Jeppe Jensen says that the investment-eager tonnage owner will likely sign more agreements to build large LNG liquefied natural gas vessels this year, even though the oil and gas state a few weeks ago said that it plans to order 60 LNG ships.
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