Two Finnish gas tankers perpetually circling the Baltic Sea

Jul 17 2023

The vessels carrying Russian liquefied natural gas (LNG) cannot dock in a Finnish port because the gas must be maintained at a temperature of -163 degrees Celsius.

Two tankers leased and operated by Finland's state-owned gas firm Gasum have been continuously cruising around the Baltic Sea this month as the liquefied natural gas (LNG) they are carrying has prevented them from docking in a Finnish port.


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