Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) held a loading ceremony to install a high manganese steel LNG fuel tank on an ultra-large crude oil carrier in the presence of officials from both companies.
GTT will design the tanks of these LNG carriers, with a total LNG tank capacity of 200,000 m3 per ship. Each tank will be fitted with the GTT NO96 membrane containment system.
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering had won an order for two LNG carriers from a shipowner in the Americas at KRW521 billion. These ships will be built at the Okpo Shipyard and delivered to the owner by the end of 2025.
GTT has received an order from its partner the Korean shipyard Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering for the tank design of a new LNGC.
KR has signed an MOU agreement with STX Energy Solutions (STX ES) and DSME to work together on ‘The technology standardization and commercialization of solid oxide fuel cells.’
DSME won an order for 8 ships, including 2 LNG carriers and 6 container ships, from Maran Gas Maritime, a subsidiary of the Angelicoussis Group, Greece’s largest shipping company at KRW 1.84 trillion said on the 3rd.
The two $330 million WTIV will be delivered to Monaco-based offshore wind construction player Eneti Inc. from the South Korean shipyard DSME in Q3 2024 – Q2 2025 featuring advanced power, automation and control systems.
DSME has won orders for six LNG carriers, reaching 80% of the total for dual fuel-powered) ships, and succeeded in exceeding $10 billion in annual orders for the first time in seven years.
GTT announces that it has received an order from its partner the Korean shipyard DSME for the tank design of a new LNGC on behalf of an Asian ship-owner.