Hyundai Heavy delivers GasLog LNG newbuild

GasLog Houston (Image courtesy of GasLog)

Monaco-based LNG shipper GasLog has taken the delivery of a newbuild 174,000-cbm vessel at the South Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries.

The vessel named GasLog Houston “left the yard yesterday and today goes on charter”, Gaslog said in a brief statement on Thursday through its social media channels without providing any additional info.

According to GasLog’s website, the LNG carrier is powered by two stroke diesel engines with low-pressure gas injection (LP-2S).

The vessel data provided by VesselsValue shows that the 290m-long tanker has been previously chartered by the LNG giant Shell.

The data also says that the vessel is currently worth at around $182 million.

 

LNG World News Staff

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