New ships expand fleet of Fredriksen's Flex LNG

John Fredriksen's Flex LNG now has ten ships in the water after taking delivery of new ships in the recent months. The gas carrier expects a big increase in rates in the fourth quarter.

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Several new ships have recently hit the water at John Fredriksen-controlled Flex LNG.

In the months from July to October, the gas ship operator has taken delivery of a total of four newbuilds, increasing its active fleet to ten ships. The company still has three ships in its order book.

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