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LNG Market Snapshot – October 2016
- The global LNGC fleet grew by 4 vessels to 432 whilst the order book shrunk from 133 to 129 vessels due to the continuous lack of new orders
LNG Market Snapshot – July 2016
- We expect at least 6 newbuilds to enter the market this year
- The global LNGC fleet grew by 1 vessel to 428, the order book by 1 vessel to 133 ...
LNG Market Snapshot Presentation – June 2016
- Global LNG demand has been broadly flat since 2011
- China and the US aggressively expanded LNG import capacity but in the process may have created ...
LNG Market Snapshot – May 2016
- The global active LNGC fleet grew by 2 to 427 vessels whilst the order book has contracted to 132 vessels
- General vessel oversupply and reduced flee...
LNG Market Snapshot – February 2016
- The global active LNGC fleet grew by 1 to 422 vessels whilst the order book has contracted to 138 vessels since November
- A data availability lag res...
LNG Market Snapshot – January 2016
- The global active LNGC fleet grew by 8 to 421 vessels whilst the order book has contracted to 137 vessels since November
- General vessel oversupply h...
LNG Market Snapshot — November 2015
- The global active LNGC fleet retracted slightly for the first time in a decade to 413 vessels; the order book remains flat at 147 vessels
- General ve...
LNG Market Snapshot — October 2015
The LNGC order book expansion has slowed further since September with only two additions. The fleet expansion has slowed considerably, too, with only one delivery this mo...
LNG Market Snapshot — September 2015
- The global active LNGC fleet grew to 410 vessels, 21 more vessels scheduled for delivery in 2015
- General vessel oversupply maintains pressure on spo...