Petronas expands global LNG fleet


Petronas said the newbuild 174,000 cubic-metre vessels are expected to be delivered from the second quarter of 2024 on a staggered basis, and will primarily be used to carry cargoes from LNG Canada.

PETALING JAYA: Petronas LNG Ltd (PLL) has signed a Time Charter Party (TCP) for three newbuild liquefied natural gas (LNG) vessels with the shipowner, Hyundai LNG Shipping (HLS), bringing its global fleet presence to 27 vessels.

Petronas said the newbuild 174,000 cubic-metre vessels are expected to be delivered from the second quarter of 2024 on a staggered basis, and will primarily be used to carry cargoes from LNG Canada.

The TCP deal with HLS was awarded via an international tender exercise to support Petronas’ growing global LNG business portfolio. ─ Bernama

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