GTT will support Nakilat with the maintenance and operation of its fleet of 26 vessels, all equipped with Mark III or NO96 technologies, developed by GTT.
Nakilat Has Worked with ABS to Develop a Decarbonization Plan and Evaluated Performance Against UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Nakilat and Karpowership have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate in the LNG-to-power market and jointly own and operate Floating Storage Regasification Units (FSRUs).
Nakilat & DNV, and a group of leading yards and system suppliers have teamed up on a joint development project (JDP) to elevate software reliability and maintenance during operations.
Wärtsilä has signed Support Agreements for LNG carriers owned by Qatar-based Nakilat, owner of the world’s largest LNG carrier fleet.
Nakilat has taken delivery of a newbuild LNG carrier, “Global Star”, which will be commercially and technically managed in-house by Nakilat.
Nakilat has acquired the full ownership of four Q-Flex LNGC from its joint-venture partner, INSW following the execution of a sale and purchase agreement for the acquisition of the remaining 49.9% ownership interest in these vessels from INSW.
Nakilat announced its financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2019 with a net profit of QR 236 million compared to QR 217 million of the same period last year in 2018, with an increase of 9%.
As one of the world’s leading transporter of clean energy, Nakilat’s fleet of 70 vessels deliver to more than 26 countries across the world.