Consortium Partners and MISC Secure Five Newbuilding LNGCarriers With Qatar Energy
MISC has been awarded five long-term contracts for five newbuild LNG carriers. The vessels will be built by Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding (Group) Co., Ltd.
In August, Qatar Energy awarded a total of 12 long-term contracts to the consortium (seven of which were secured prior). These LNG carriers will be equipped with eco-friendly technologies that include X-DF 2.1 engines with Intelligent Control by Exhaust Recycling (iCER) System and 174,000 cubic meters in capacity. The carriers are expected to be delivered between 2020 and 2025, and will serve the needs of Qatar Energy as it transports LNG to various countries around the world.
Here at MISC, we value our relationships. We work to deliver safe, efficient and reliable LNG shipping solutions that improve the world economy.
Captain Rajalingam has stated that evolving partnerships are essential to ensuring success in fulfilling the growing demand for energy and achieving sustainable value creation for stakeholders. As they navigate the ever-changing world of the energy industry, they’ll continue to work with partners to build a progressive, sustainable, and successful future.
MISC is one of the world’s largest single owner-operators of LNG tankers with a distinguished history for operational excellence, reliability, and on-time cargo deliveries. They have a fleet of 30 LNG carriers, 6 Very Large Ethane Carriers (VLECs), and 2 LNG Floating Storage Units (FSUs) with over two million tons.