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LNG Shipping Industry Faces Crew Shortage

Lloyd’s List reports that the 130 LNG vessels on order, plus an estimated 70 vessels likely to be ordered in the next two years, will necessitate an additional 5,000 qualified officers. That number, which would represent a 100% increase in the existing p
May 17, 2006

Lloyd’s List reports that the 130 LNG vessels on order, plus an estimated 70 vessels likely to be ordered in the next two years, will necessitate an additional 5,000 qualified officers. That number, which would represent a 100% increase in the existing pool of LNG vessel officers, does not include replacement of current officers who retire. The article has further details. [Subscription required]

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