Types of Liquefied Gas Carriers(eBook)

Published Date

March 2007

Types of Liquefied Gas Carriers(eBook)

(Excludes any applicable taxes)

An introduction to the various types of Liquefied Gas Carrier, both LPG and LNG (7pp)

Be the first to review this product

The current fleet of liquefied gas ships in service is approximately 1,100, of which about 800 are LPG carriers, with over 200 LNG carriers and approximately 90 ethylene carriers making up the remainder This 7pp guide, gives you an introduction to recognising the various types and their average particulars.

Title: Types of Liquefied Gas Carriers(eBook)
Product Code: 4430F009
Published Date: March 2007

Bought this product? Why not review it?

If you have a question about this product, please contact us directly.

Windows eBooks:


To access the eBook, you need to install our free Windows eBook Reader.

The application can be downloaded from:



Standalone eBooks are supplied with 1 licence + 1 backup and are not transferable between platforms.


Remote Desktop Services (Terminal Services) and virtual environments are not supported.


The Windows eBook Reader works with Windows XP or later OS (but not Windows RT).

See more details.


Cloud (online) eBooks:


The Cloud (online) eBooks use Microsoft Silverlight browser plugin to deliver the best possible reading experience with the ability to work in offline mode.


It is an annual subscription service (i.e. each eBook is purchased for 1 year of use).

Online licences are not transferrable to Windows or iPad (or vice-versa).


Silverlight is compatible with the major web browsers used on Windows and Mac OS X operating systems.

However it is not supported on Linux, Android, Windows RT and iPad devices and therefore the Cloud eBooks use an HTML site in these instances.

The HTML site is more restricted than the Silverlight version.


See https://www.microsoft.com/silverlight/what-is-silverlight and more details.


Note for Mac Users:


Mac users can read Windows eBooks with Boot Camp or using virtual machines such as Parallels Desktop, Virtual Box, ...

Alternatively, Cloud (online) eBooks are accessible on Mac, including the Silverlight plugin with offline mode.


Note for Linux Users:


Linux users can read Windows eBooks using a virtual PC.

Alternatively, the HTML version of the Cloud (online) eBooks is accessible.


Note for Tablet Users:


Tablets owners can use the HTML version of the Cloud (online) eBooks.