By Mirza Duran Kawasaki Heavy Industries hosted a naming ceremony for Japan’s first LNG bunkering vessel scheduled to start operations in October or later this year.
The naming ceremony (Image: Kawasaki Heavy Industries)
Central LNG Marine Fuel Japan, a venture consisting of K Line, JERA, Toyota Tsusho, and NYK Line, owns the ship.
The quartet named the 81.7 meters long 3,500-cbm vessel Kaguya on Wednesday at Kawasaki’s Sakaide Works.
The launching ceremony in May 2020 (Image: NYK)
Furthermore, the vessel will work from JERA’s Kawagoe power plant supplying LNG to a variety of ships in the Chubu region.
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