More LNG vessels used as floating storage

Right now, nearly 30 LNG vessels are idle and function as floating storage, estimates analyst firm according to Bloomberg. The figure rose after Qatar, the world's largest producer of liquefied natural gas, sent more laden ships onto the seas.
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Photo: PR / BW Group

A total of 28 tanker vessels laden with liquefied natural gas, LNG, are idling on the seas as floating storage facilities.

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