Latest LNG Carrier for GDF Suez

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

According to a Feb. 22 report from Lloyd’s List, French energy group GDF Suez has taken delivery of its newest liquefied natural gas carrier, the 154,200 cu m GDF Suez Point Fortin. The vessel is reportedly one of only three LNG carriers in the world to feature a design improvement which increases its cargo-carrying capacity by 2,000 cu m.

(Source: Lloyd’s List)

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