50 years of LNG transport

The 2004 Japanese-built ‘Lalla Fatma N'Soumer’ LNG carrier has a storage capacity of 145,000m3 in four spherical tanks.

The current focus on liquefied natural gas fuel for ships has its origins in LNG transport which began half a century ago: Dag Pike traces the history of LNG afloat.

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