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    Jera Global Markets charters LNGC


The carrier has been chartered from the Greek shipping company Alpha Gas. [Image: Alpha Gas]

by: Shardul Sharma

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Jera Global Markets charters LNGC

Jera Global Markets, a joint venture between Jera and EDF, on May 16 announced on LinkedIn that they have chartered another LNG carrier from Greek shipping company Alpha Gas.

The vessel, named Energy Fidelity, has a capacity of 174,000 m3 and was constructed by Korean shipyard Hyundai Samho. It is powered by XDF engines and comes equipped with various features such as a reliquefaction plant, air lubrication system, two shaft generators, and an air resistance shield.

Jera Global Markets stated that their fleet, which now consists of 17 carriers, is instrumental in supporting their global trading operations and strategy to facilitate connections between markets and supplies worldwide.

Alpha Gas took delivery of Energy Fidelity in April of this year.