Coronavirus: Støhle says ‘buoyant’ spot LNG charter market is unexpected
Höegh LNG has imposed a lockdown on its vessels, banning crew changes and visitors on board. But its chief executive warns that ports should be allowing ships in to enable the supply of commodities, such as gas, that are necessary to power countries amid the global spate of nation-wide lockdowns
Sveinung Støhle says that low prices for LNG, the recovering demand in China and prolonged journey times owing to coronavirus constraints on ship movement lie behind the increase in demand for LNG carrier vessels
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