NEW LIFE for Old LNG Carriers in FSRU?

 

Old LNG carriers could find a new lease of life by being converted into FSRUs!

 

Around 180 LNG carriers are on order to be delivered by 2019, which will modernise the global fleet and increase its size by 40%. The vast majority of the new vessels will have dual-fuel diesel electric (DFDE) propulsion rather than steam turbines, which have dominated the market to date. Given the current oversupply in the global shipping fleet, shipowners are expected to struggle to find charters for their steam turbine vessels and many are expected to be laid up or scrapped.

 

Nowaday, South Africa is planning for the new FSRU. The government intends to seek bids for the supply of one Floating Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU) vessel “or FSRU-based bundled natural gas-to-power solution”.

 

Do you want to know the demand of South Africa FUSR?

How should Old LNG carries convert into FSRU?

Here is your chance to get the first-hand information!

 

During March 16-17, 20172nd East & Southern Africa Gas & LNG Conference will be held in Maputo, Mozambique. The conference focus on the Major LNG Project of South Africa FSRU, Eni-Coral FLNG Project by gathering GOVs, Operators, and most of the industrial leaders!

 

Exclusive Topics of South Africa’s FSRU

- Learning the plans to set separated new oil & gas regulation in South Africa, and its ambition to develop “Gas to Power IPP Programme”

- Learning the planning of the first FSRU project in SA

- Commercial and technical issues in building FSUR

- “Gas to Power” solutions to reduce the project cost and enhance efficiency

 

>>Register for whole agenda!

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