“Cesi Wenzhou” is the fifth of six LNG ships in the Australian Pacific LNG project. The vessel will be 290 meters long, it has a capacity of 174,000 cubic meters of LNG and a dual-fuel electric propulsion system. The ship will sail in the route from Australia to China’s coastal ports, with a total annual traffic of more than 1 million tons.
The LNG carrier CESI Tianjin, which was ordered by the joint venture of MOL, China COSCO Shipping and China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation, was officially delivered on September 26, at Chinese Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding.
ABB announced that its turbochargers are powering the main engines and auxiliary engines of the largest containership ever built in China, a 20,000 TEU vessel named COSCO Shipping Taurus, launched in June 2017. A further ten vessels also for COSCO Shipping Lines will be applied with the same ABB turbocharger configuration.
MOL has announced that the LNG carrier CESI Qingdao – ordered by a joint venture of MOL, China COSCO Shipping Corporation Limited and China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation (SINOPEC) – has been delivered at Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding (Group) Co., Ltd.
MOL has announced that the LNG carrier CESI Gladstone, which was ordered by the joint venture of China COSCO Shipping and SINOPEC has been named and delivered at Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding.
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