Report: Ten Ships for Yamal LNG

Thursday, December 22, 2011

According to a report on www.barentsobserver.com, Novatek plans to order 10LNG tankers for its great Arctic project. The tankers reportedly will have a capacity ranging from 183,000 to 208,000 cu. m. will be used for the transportation of LNG from the projected Yamal LNG plant to buyers in the world market. According to the report, the ships are currently in a conceptual projection phase and will be built after the organization of a tender planned held in the course of 2012. 

(Source: www.barentsobserver.com)

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