GDF Suez Expands LNG Fleet apacity

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

According to a Dec. 17 report from www.UPI.com, French energy giant GDF Suez took delivery of its Neptune regasification vessel that can discharge natural gas directly into regional ports. The GDF Suez Neptune is fitted with technology for the regasification of liquefied natural gas and has a reinforced cargo containment system with a 5.1 million cubic foot capacity.

(Source: www.UPI.com)

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