By Adnan Bajic Singapore-based ship manager Synergy Group has converted a 1992-built, 126,000 cubic meters capacity liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier into a floating storage unit (FSU).
Courtesy of Synergy Group
The FSU, which has a projected lifespan of 15 years, was delivered to its owner last week. Synergy will manage, maintain and operate the FSU on an ongoing basis.
It will be deployed in Myanmar where it will be moored permanently and used to receive and store LNG imports for delivery on demand to an onshore regasification plant which will supply power to local consumers.
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