The M-FLEX LNG Carrier design- Creating Value in Three Parts of the LNG Chain (eBook)

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June 2009

The M-FLEX LNG Carrier design- Creating Value in Three Parts of the LNG Chain (eBook)

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This paper deal with the M-Flex Carrier Design (14pp)

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This paper gives an overview of the M-FLEX LNG vessel, a new type of LNGC design. The flexibility of this design means it can be traded as an LNGC, a re-gasification vessel (trading as a conventional re-gasification ship or LNG re-gasification facility) or an LNG production facility. The paper covers the commercial background and the market need for such a flexible trading vessel, the technical aspects of the design and how the selected technologies provide the platform for this flexibility, and a discussion on the ongoing development of the concept and how the design is currently being tailored for the market’s demand for a ship with an LNG production capability.

Title: The M-FLEX LNG Carrier design- Creating Value in Three Parts of the LNG Chain (eBook)
Product Code: WS1046EA
Published Date: June 2009

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