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.

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