LNG Shipping

LNG Update

When natural gas is cooled to minus 260 degrees Fahrenheit at a liquefaction facility, the fuel condenses to roughly 1/600th of its original volume, facilitating overseas transport in specially designed ships. Regasification terminals heat the ...

By |September 5, 2016|Feature Article|

LNG Shipping: Time to Ship Out?

For investors seeking pure-play exposure to rising demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG), shipping companies that own fleets of LNG carriers are an option, especially conservatively run names that boast ample long-term contract coverage and ...

By |April 12, 2014|Feature Article|

LNG Fundamentals

When natural gas is cooled to minus 260 degrees Fahrenheit at a liquefaction facility, the fuel condenses to roughly 1/600th of its original volume, facilitating overseas transport in specially designed ships. Regasification terminals heat the ...

By |April 12, 2014|Feature Article|

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