Qatar Petroleum entered into three agreements at the moment to order LNG ship building capability within the Republic of Korea to be utilized for Qatar Petroleum’s future LNG provider fleet necessities, together with these for the continuing growth tasks within the North Field and within the United States. Under the agreements, the “Big three” Korean shipyards – Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME), Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) and Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) – will reserve a significant portion of their LNG ship building capability for Qatar Petroleum via the 12 months 2027. The agreements had been signed by His Excellency Mr. Saad Sherida Al-Kaabi, the Minister of State for Energy Affairs, the President and CEO of Qatar Petroleum in a digital signing ceremony attended by His Excellency Mr. Sung Yun-mo, the Minister of Trade, Industry & Energy of the Republic of Korea.
Excellency Minister Al-Kaabi highlighted Korea’s place as a key and strategic power companion with the State of Qatar, and thanked His Excellency Minister Sung Yun-mo and the Korean corporations for his or her position in supporting the sturdy Qatar-Korean enterprise relations and hoped that this milestone will take the connection with Korean enterprise companions to better and wider horizons. He mentioned, “The new LNG vessels will probably be outfitted with the most recent era sluggish pace twin gas engines, using LNG as a gas. This will guarantee probably the most environment friendly efficiency and compliance with the most recent world emission and environmental rules. We will proceed engaged on lowering emissions from our fleet to guard the regional and world surroundings in step with the environmental targets of the Qatar National Vision 2030.”
Qatar Petroleum’s LNG provider fleet program is the most important of its variety within the historical past of the LNG business, and can play a pivotal position in assembly the delivery necessities of Qatar Petroleum’s native and worldwide LNG tasks, in addition to changing a part of Qatar’s current LNG fleet.
(Source: Qatar Petroleum – Image: Qatar Petroleum headquarters)
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