TeamTec wins Hoegh LNG contract

Norway’s TeamTec said it has secured a contract from compatriot Höegh LNG to supply equipment for the latter’s two liquefied natural gas carriers.

TeamTec will supply new ballast water management systems with electro chlorination for the 2006-built Arctic Princess and Arctic Lady.

The installation of the systems will take place in 2020, TeamTec said without revealing the value of the contract.

Both of the moss-type vessels are under a long-term charter with Norwegian energy giant and LNG operator Equinor.

The 288 meters long sister vessels have a capacity of 147,980 cubic meters, each.

These LNG carriers feature a steam propulsion system.

- Advertisements -

Most Popular

Adnoc buys stake in NextDecade’s Rio Grande LNG project

UAE’s Adnoc has purchased an 11.7 percent stake in the first phase of NextDecade's Rio Grande LNG export terminal...

Spot LNG shipping rates nearly flat, European prices drop

Spot charter rates for the global liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier fleet remained steady this week, while European prices...

TotalEnergies supplies LNG cargo to PetroVietnam Gas

PetroVietnam Gas, a unit of state-owned PetroVietnam, has received a liquefied natural gas cargo from a unit of France's...

More News Like This

Hoegh LNG confirms Egyptian FSRU charter deal

Norwegian FSRU player Hoegh LNG confirmed it has signed a deal with Australian Industrial Energy (AIE) and Egypt's EGAS...

Equinor to restart Hammerfest LNG plant on Friday

Norway’s Equinor expects to restart its 4.3 mtpa Hammerfest LNG export plant on Friday following a gas leak. Equinor said...

Report: Egypt’s EGAS charters Hoegh LNG’s FSRU

The Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (EGAS) has chartered Hoegh LNG's floating storage regasification and storage unit, Hoegh Galleon,...

Equinor says nobody injured after leak at Hammerfest LNG

Norway’s Equinor has confirmed that there were no injuries following a hydrocarbon leak at its 4.3 mtpa Hammerfest LNG...