UK-based marine drydocking services company Newport Shipping on Thursday (27 August) said it will be working with global LNG market service provider Gloryholder Liquified Gas Machinery (DL) Co., Ltd (LGM Engineering), as part of its LNG solutions offer to the market.
Newport Shipping added that it aims to meet its clients’ environmental needs through cooperation with leading companies in their field.
Meeting the future demands of cutting emissions and decarbonizing the industry, will need trusted and proven technology, it said.
The agreement between the two companies was earlier signed on 10 February, 2020 and will see LGM Engineering supply Newport Shipping’s LNG retrofit projects with its LNG solutions.
The company said LGM Engineering further signed a contract in June to design and supply LNG fuel gas supply system for two 13,000 dwt chemical tankers with Jiangsu New Yangzi Shipbuilding Company Limited (YZJ).
The ship owner is Tarbit Tankers B.V, and the Classification Society is Bureau Veritas (BV).
The complete LNG fuel gas supply system delivered by LGM Engineering includes the design and manufacture of double vacuum insulated LNG fuel tanks with integrated tank connection space (TCS),
LNG bunkering station modules, water glycol system, ESD systems, gas detection system, installation guidance, commission, crew training and etc.
Photo credit: Gloryholder Liquefied Gas Machinery
Published: 27 August, 2020
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