LNG export from the US to EU has tripled in one year

Since July 2018 alone, the transport of LNG between the US and EU has tripled. Though LNG remains a niche market, investors such as Navigare have great expectations for the booming segment.

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Juncker and Trump's energy agreement signed last year has created a downright boom in LNG transports across the Atlantic.

Since the agreement between the two superpowers was reached in July 2018, the export of liquefied natural gas from the US to EU has more or less tripled, show new numbers pulled by association Danish Shipping for ShippingWatch.

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