Wartsila wins new maintenance deal from Hoegh LNG

Finland’s Wartsila has secured a five-year extension of its maintenance deal with FSRU player Hoegh LNG.

The renewed agreement includes delivery of spare parts and field maintenance services, as well as Wartsila’s latest digital solutions and extends the cooperation between the two companies, the tech firm said in a statement.

Wartsila included the contract in its order book in December 2022.

According to Wartsila, the agreement covers maintenance on its 50DF dual-fuel engines installed on ten vessels, nine of which are operating as floating storage and regasification Units (FSRUs).

One of these FSRUs, Hoegh Esperanza, is currently serving the new LNG terminal in Wilhelmshaven, Germany.

The scope of the deal includes digital solutions such as Wartsila’s predictive maintenance service­, remote operational support, data-driven dynamic maintenance planning, and fluids management service.

Also included is the use of a new collaboration app. The app makes communication between HLNG’s technical crew and Wartsila experts easy and manages all necessary reporting, it said.

Wartsila did not provide the price tag of the contract.

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