Golar LNG Ltd (NQ: GLNG)
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April 23, 2014
(Samurai Trader, 11/14/11)
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Golar LNG (GLNG) Company Overview
Golar LNG (NASDAQ: GLNG) owns and operates a fleet of vessels that transport liquefied natural gas (LNG). Golar is unique in that it is dedicated exclusively to LNG transportation, unlike most of its competitors, which instead concentrate on crude oil transport.[1] As of June 2008, the company had 13 vessels under its management,[2] two of which are operating in the spot market and the rest of which are employed under medium- and long-term charters.

Golar's business depends on the demand for liquefied natural gas, a compressed form of natural gas that is easy to store and transport. Since 2000, LNG consumption in the U.S. has grown at a rate of 8% per year, and demand from countries in East Asia continue to drive world natural gas use. Simultaneously, as more shipyards are building LNG tankers, the cost of an LNG vessel has gone down as well, although LNG tankers are still relatively more expensive to produce than crude oil tankers.[3] For instance, a 70,000 tonne-capacity LNG tanker delivered in April 2008 cost $160 million, while a typical 200,000 dwt to 300,000 dwt VLCC tanker cost $86 million in 2007.[4] As a result of environmental concerns and the high price of oil, natural gas is becoming an attractive alternative to crude oil. Golar is betting on this trend and has plans to expand both its fleet and its offering of services along the LNG supply chain.[5]

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