GasLog Partners is planning to cash in on what it sees as a tightening LNG spot market with its open tonnage.

Speaking in a first-quarter results briefing, chief executive Paolo Enoizi said the New York-listed shipowner has six LNG carriers with contracts that are expected to expire in 2023.

Enoizi said the company’s vessels also have 851 open days remaining in 2022, representing a “material upside potential” given the tight market backdrop and GasLog Partners’ expectations for the balance of the year.