Exmar introduced that its Floating LNG Liquefaction Unit (FLNG), to be renamed Tango FLNG, has left China to the vacation spot of its liquefaction operations: Bahia Blanca, Argentina. Tango FLNG is now on the transfer, only one month after contract signing, and the voyage to Argentina is predicted to take roughly 45 days. Upon its arrival, Tango FLNG shall be put in operation for Exmar’s buyer YPF S.A. and is predicted to start out up LNG manufacturing within the second quarter of 2019. Tango FLNG is designed for a liquefaction capability of about zero.5 million tons of LNG per 12 months and is to play a central function in YPF’s efforts to export the Vaca Muerta fuel reserves to the worldwide markets.
The Caribbean FLNG unit was delivered to Exmar in July 2017, by Wison Offshore & Marine.
Based in Antwerp, Belgium, Exmar NV transports primarily transports liquefied pure fuel (LNG), and liquefied petroleum gases (LPG) together with propane, butane, and anhydrous ammonia. Exmar produces LNG in Asia, the Middle East, and the Caribbean. The firm operaters a big fleet of midsize fuel carriers, FSRU’s and FLNG’s. (Source and picture: Exmar)
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