US-listed Dynagas LNG Partners has no ships available until 2028 at the earliest after locking in time charters to an incoming US producer this summer.

Speaking on the LNG carrier owner’s very brief results call, chief executive Tony Lauritzen highlighted the company’s fixtures of its 155,000-cbm Arctic Aurora (built 2013) and 150,000-cbm Clean Energy (built 2007) to NextDecade’s 27 million tonnes per annum Rio Grande LNG project in the US starting in 2026.