Singapore’s C-LNG Solutions Pte Ltd and UK-based CryoSafe Services Limited have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) in Singapore that will see the two companies jointly work on research and development projects on cleaner fuels including ammonia and hydrogen.
This MOU is expected to allow CryoSafe Services to support and grow its training and assurance business in China and Singapore, said CryoSafe Services on Tuesday (22 February).
“This MOU is very exciting for our company. Not only does it grow our geographical scope but it allows both companies to share engineering support resources in LNG. C-LNG is a company I have worked with on projects before, and I have been very impressed with their capabilities in the LNG market,” said Grant Wintle, Director and Co-founder at CryoSafe.
With offices in Singapore and Shanghai, China, C-LNG Solutions Pte Ltd is a LNG Fuel Gas Supply system (FGSS) and LNG Cargo Handling System (CHS) solutions provider.
Meanwhile, CryoSafe Services offers cryogenic services, project assurance and training.
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Published: 23 February, 2022
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