Teekay Offshore on Thursday (28 November) named its latest liquefied natural gas (LNG) powered E-Shuttle Tankers in a ceremony at a Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) shipyard.
Ann-Elisabeth Serck-Hanssen, Senior Vice President in Equinor acted as the Sponsor for Rainbow Spirt, while Auroa Spirt and Tide Spirit were named by Ingvild Saether, CEO of Teekay Offshore.
“These new innovative DP2 shuttle tankers demonstrate true collaboration between parties and the strong ambition to reduce carbon emission from transportation,” said Ann-Elisabeth Serck-Hanssen.
“Teekay have shown willingness and capabilities to develop a highly integrated ship design together with high quality ship builder Samsung.”
“Equinor will strengthen its position for safe, low carbon, efficient and cost competitive transportation to our customers with these new ships.”
Photo credit: Teekay Offshore
Published: 2 November, 2019
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