Engineering firm Gloryholder Liquefied Gas Machinery (DL) Co., Ltd (LGM Engineering) on Friday (14 May) said it has signed a contract to engineer and supply LNG fuel gas supply systems (FGSS) for eight 119,000 dwt dual fuel crude and product oil tankers in the beginning of the year.
The ships will be built by CSSC Guangzhou Shipyard International Company Limited (GSI) and CSSC Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. (SWS) with delivery starting during summer 2022.
The shipowner is Bank of Communications Financial Leasing Co. Ltd, which is the subsidiary wholly-owned by Bank of Communications
The LR II type dual-fuel tankers will be propelled by fuel oil and liquefied natural gas (LNG) and meet the standard of International Maritime Organization (IMO) TIER III emissions standard.
LGM Engineering will provide the completed LNG fuel gas supply system including; the system design and manufacture of Type ‘C’ LNG fuel tanks and dome platform, LNG bunkering station module, water glycol system, combustible gas detection system, nitrogen generator system as well as the installation guidance of FGSS fuel gas control and ESD system, commission, gas trail, sea trail and crew training.
“These orders have further strengthened LGM Engineering’s position as one of the leading solution providers of LNG FGSS for the shipping industry,” said the company in a statement.
Earlier LNG fuel gas supply systems announced by Gloryholder Liquefied Gas Machinery are as follows:
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Photo credit: Gloryholder Liquefied Gas Machinery Engineering
Published: 17 May, 2021
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