US-listed New Fortress Energy and asset management company Apollo have set up a $2 billion joint venture company Energos Infrastructure as their new vehicle that will control 11 liquefied natural gas infrastructure maritime assets.

Announcing the completion of their planned joint venture, which was unveiled in early July, New Fortress said Energos now owns 11 vessels comprising two LNG carriers, six floating, storage and regasification units and three floating storage units.

New Fortress said it has agreed to charter 10 of the vessels from the new platform for a period of up to 20 years under charters that have either commenced immediately or will start upon expiration of the vessels’ existing third-party agreements.