Qatar's giant order could exceed 100 LNG tankers

Qatar's huge LNG vessel order could end up exceeding 100 ships, says the country's energy minister in connection with the order being sent to tender.

Photo: Qatar Petroleum

Qatar's plan to expand its LNG fleet with an order of around 60 LNG tankers has been known for some time, but the order could end up becoming far more extensive.

In connection with the vessels being officially sent to tender, state-owned oil and gas company Qatar Petroleum says in a press statement that the fleet of LNG newbuilds could surpass 100 vessels within the next decade.

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