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Turkey Starts Operation of Its Second Floating LNG Unit

Turkey launched the operation of its second floating liquefied natural gas unit, MOL FSRU Challenger, on February 7

Turkey Starts Operation of Its Second Floating LNG Unit

Turkey launched the operation of its second floating liquefied natural gas unit, MOL FSRU Challenger, on February 7

Turkey Starts Operation of Its Second Floating LNG Unit
13 February 2018 - 12:21

Turkey launched the operation of its second floating liquefied natural gas unit, MOL FSRU Challenger, on February 7. The 151,500 dwt vessel, which docked at a port in the Dörtyol district of the Mediterranean province of Hatay, has a 20 million cubic meters of send-out capacity per day, Turkey’s Energy and Natural Resources Minister Berat Albayrak said. The Bahamas-flagged MOL FSRU Challenger has an LNG storage capacity of 263,000 cubic meters and has LNG re-shipment and gas transfer capabilities. Its specifications allow for the re-export of LNG and supply of LNG to neighboring regions where the vessel is located. https://worldmaritimenews.com/archives/243718/turkey-starts-operation-of-its-second-floating-lng-unit/

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