Shale gas makes Evergas expand US collaboration

Evergas expands its contract with Ineos to now covering a total of six ships for transporting shale gas. "We're cementing our position," CEO tells ShippingWatch.

CEO i Evergas Martin Ackermann

Last year Evergas signed a 15 year contract with Ineos to transport LNG and multi-gas, and the ships are currently being built for this contract. The collaboration between the gas carrier and the major American energy company is apparently comprehensive enough to warrant an expansion of the agreement, to a total of six ships.

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