Hyundai Heavy Wins LNG Orders

Thursday, July 26, 2001
South Korea's Hyundai Heavy Industries won $340-million orders to build two LNG carriers for Golar LNG of Norway. One of the ships would be delivered by December 2003 and the other by July 2004, said a spokesman for the world's largest shipbuilder. With the new contracts, LNG orders for Hyundai Heavy have risen to six ships this year, worth about $1.02 billion, he said.
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