GasLog said the average long-term charter rate and the gross contracted revenue from the contract is estimated at $190m over the seven-year period, which is equivalent to around $74,364 per day.
The deal includes a three-year optional extension period for the 174,000-cbm vessel, currently known as Hull 2801.
All six of GasLog’s newbuildings awaiting delivery now have firm, long-term charters of between seven and ten years.
The vessel’s seven-year charter extends GasLog Partners LP’s dropdown pipeline of future vessels from 12 to 13, said GasLog Ltd, the limited partnership’s sponsor company.
“Total is both a leading and growing player in the global LNG industry and this meets our objective of broadening GasLog’s long-term customer base,” Paul Wogan, GasLog’s CEO, said in a release.
“The contracted EBITDA from this vessel means that GasLog has over $180m of annualised in-built EBITDA from its eight newbuilds, two of which have already been delivered this year,” Wogan added.