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Gloryholder Liquified Gas Mechanical Engineering Co., Ltd (LGM) on Friday (23 July) said it has signed a general contract with Keppel Offshore & Marine (Keppel O&M) in November 2020 for the liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargo handling system of a 3,750m³ floating energy storage platform. The equipment will be delivered to the Keppel shipyard on the Q1 of 2022.
Gloryholder LPG will provide a complete set of LNG cargo processing gas supply system. The scope of supply includes: C-type LNG storage tank, LNG cargo monitoring and CTS system, emergency quick closing system, cargo processing and gas supply system, nitrogen generator and system debugging and crew training services, etc.
Gloryholder LPG’s technical strength in the field of LPG cargo systems and the 7,500m³ LNG supply system successfully delivered to Keppel Offshore and Marine at the beginning of the year are the decisive factors for obtaining this order, it states.
Photo credit: Keppel Offshore & Maritime
Published: 26 July, 2021
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