MHI to build “apple tank” LNG duo for Cameron shale exports; Maintenance deficiencies eyed in ferry grounding


MHI to build “apple tank” LNG duo for Cameron shale exports
January 29, 2015—Intended for the delivery of LNG to customers in Japan from the Cameron LNG Export Project in Louisiana, the ships are scheduled for completion and delivery in 2018 and 2019. They are the first ordered from MHI for the shale oil market and feature a design offering significant improvements in both LNG carrying capacity and fuel efficiency.

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