Clarksons predicts slow growth within LNG

Clarksons lowers its growth expectations for LNG sea freight to 1 percent in 2020. The brokerage firm does, however, expect an improvement next year.

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Shipbroker Clarksons now predicts that 2020 will be a year without significant growth in the market for transport of liquefied natural gas.

Originally, Clarksons expected trade volumes to grow 7 percent this year, which is in line with the trend over the past 20 years.

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