Checkout how the deck of the world’s largest floating vessel – Shell’s Prelude FLNG (Floating Liquified Natural Gas Project) looks like in this fabulous animation by New York based photographer Stephen Mallon.
Shell’s Prelude FLNG Facility reached a significant milestone, with gas introduced onboard.
Royal Dutch Shell’s Prelude FLNG facility left the SHI shipyard in Geoje, South Korea this morning, marking a significant milestone for the project.
With construction of the Prelude FLNG facility well underway in the shipyard in Geoje, Shell now turn to the coast of Western Australia, where another vital aspect of the world first Prelude project is beginning to emerge.
In order to make sure Shell’s Prelude FLNG project can transfer its liquid cargo in one of the loneliest places on the planet; 200km’s off the north-west coast of Australia, a new technology ‘arms of innovation’ has been developed for the first time.
Watch this great time-lapse video of the 488-metre-long hull of the Shell revolutionary Prelude FLNG floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) facility is floated out of the dry dock at the Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) yard in Geoje, South Korea, where the facility is currently under construction.