Chinese offshore player Zhonghai Oilfield Service Co., Ltd. has order four four 5,000-horsepower liquefied natural gas (LNG) powered offshore supply vessels from the Dalian Liaonan Shipyard.
Dalian-based LNG cargo and fuel system engineering firm Gloryholder Liquefied Gas Machinery (DL) Co.Ltd on Monday (1 July) said it will be providing the complete LNG fuel supply systems for the newbuildings to the shipyard in 2020.
Its scope of supply includes the design and manufacture of a 170 cubic metre capacity C-type LNG tank, a LNG filling station module, gas trials, and crew training services.
“The acquisition of this order has added a new ship type to the LNG gas supply system segment of Gloryholder,” said the company highlighting its LNG fuel system design “is also becoming more and more mature”.
“Gloryholder has accumulated rich experience in different ship type projects, and has gradually formed a standardised technical system and modular product design, and is fully prepared to contribute a small force to the gradually expanding LNG fuel ship market.”
The project will be classed to China Classification Society standards.
Photo credit: Gloryholder Liquefied Gas Machinery (DL) Co.Ltd
Published: 3 July, 2019
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