MHI Wins Gas Ship Order

Thursday, November 13, 2003
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. reportedly won an order for four liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) carriers from a shipping unit of British energy giant BP PLC, with the first due for delivery in 2006. While a total order value was not divulged, it is believed to be the first time that a Japanese shipbuilder has won an order for four LPG carriers all at once. The double-hull ships will have a capacity of 83,000 cu. m. each.

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