Chinese yard Wuhu Shipyard Co., Ltd. in May 2021 placed an order for liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply systems from Gloryholder Liquefied Gas Mechanical Engineering (Dalian) Co., Ltd. (LGM), according to LGM.
The LNG gas supply system equipment will be completed in 2022, and are designed for two 21,500-ton bitumen tankers which will use either LNG or liquefied bio gas (LBG) as a bunker fuel.
Gloryholder LPG will be responsible for providing the complete LNG fuel gas supply system and its accompanying support services.
The scope of supply includes: the design and manufacture of two LNG single-layer PUF insulated fuel tanks, LNG filling station, water glycol system, ESD system and other equipment supply, installation guidance, system commissioning, gas trial and crew training services, etc.
The shipowner is Tipco Asphalt Public Company Ltd.
Earlier LNG fuel gas supply systems announced by Gloryholder Liquefied Gas Machinery are as follows:
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Published: 29 June, 2021
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