Lng Carriers

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Modern Worldwide Shipbuilding Industry - World Shipbuilding Industry in The 21st Century
... leader in the production of advanced high-tech vessels such as cruise liners, super tankers, LNG carriers, drill ships, and large-sized container ships ... In the 3rd quarter of 2011, South Korea won all 18 orders for LNG carriers, 3 out of 5 drill ships and 5 out of 7 large-sized container ships ... half of 2011, South Korean shipbuilders won new orders to build 25 LNG carriers, out of the total 29 orders placed worldwide during the period ...
Sovcomflot - Fleet
... deadweight ton capacity, 9 dry cargo vessels with 135,000 deadweight ton capacity, 6 LNG carriers and one passenger vessel (SS Maxim Gorkiy) ... Most recent additions, spherical-hold LNG carriers Grand Aniva and Grand Elena, were delivered in January 2008 and October 2007 ... each), three Panamax class tankers (70,000 DWT tons each), two membrane-type LNG carriers (73,300 DWT tons each) are under construction in South Korean shipyards ...
LNG Carrier - History
... The first LNG carrier Methane Pioneer (dwt 5034 tons) left the Calcasieu River on the Louisiana Gulf coast on 25 January 1959 ... With the world's first ocean cargo of LNG and sailed to the UK where the cargo was delivered ... on a large expansion of the fleet to today where giant LNG ships carrying up to 266,000 m3 are sailing worldwide ...
Ship Construction - Worldwide Shipbuilding Industry - Present Day Shipbuilding
... vessels such as cruise liners, super tankers, LNG carriers, drill ships, and large container ships ... quarter of 2011, South Korea won all 18 orders for LNG carriers, 3 out of 5 drill ships and 5 out of 7 large container ships ... In the first half of 2011, South Korean shipbuilders won new orders to build 25 LNG carriers, out of the total 29 orders placed worldwide during the period ...

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