Inpex-operated Ichthys project holds naming ceremony for new LNG carrier

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By LNG World News Japan’s Inpex said Friday that a naming ceremony was held for the LNG tanker that will supply liquefied natural gas from the giant Ichthys project in Australia to Taiwan’s CPC Corporation.
The ceremony took place at Kawasaki Heavy Industries’ (KHI) Sakaide Works in Kagawa Prefecture, Japan where construction of the LNG tanker was recently completed.
The LNG tanker named Pacific Breeze will transport 1.75 million tons of Ichthys-produced LNG per year allocated to CPC under a sales and purchase deal signed in 2012.
The vessel was built based on a construction agreement between Pacific Breeze LNG Transport, a subsidiary of K-Line as the

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