First Dynagas FSRU nearing completion in China

China’s Hudong-Zhonghua will soon complete the first out of two FSRUs the yard is building for Greek shipping company Dynagas.

The 174,000-cbm Transgas Power has completed sea trials and should later this month head out for gas trials, prior to its delivery to the owner.

To remind, Hudong undocked the 294 meters long and 47 meters wide FSRU on March 6 in order to start the ships’ trials.

The Chinese yard launched this FSRU on March 30 last year, followed by the float out of its sister ship Transgas Force in December.

Both of the FSRUs feature three Wartsila regasification modules. Each regas unit will have a capacity of 250 million standard cubic feet per day. The rated send-out capacity is about 500 million standard cubic feet per day.

Furthermore, the FSRUs have MAN dual-fuel diesel-electric propulsion but also GTT’s NO96 containment system.

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