Puteri Intan Satu Marks 40th LNG into Lloyd’s Register Class

Monday, October 07, 2002
The delivery of Puteri Intan Satu, on August 29, to Malaysia International Shipping Corporation (MISC) marked the arrival of the 40th LNG ship into Lloyd’s Register’s LNG fleet. Puteri Intan Satu, built by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI), has a cargo capacity of 137,489m3 and utilises the Gaztransport and Technigaz No. 96 E-2 membrane containment system. Lloyd’s Register Marine Director, Alan Gavin, said: “The delivery of Puteri Intan Satu into MISC’s fleet from MHI demonstrates a commitment to the LNG industry and to quality shipping. MISC and MHI should be congratulated on their continued demonstration of excellence in the field of LNG. We look forward to working closely with MISC in developing its fleet further, through our provision of effective business solutions.”
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