The newly incorporated company Liquiline LNG said it has bought Liquiline AS.
“The company has acquired proprietary technology solutions, LiquiSys, the brand name Liquiline and other intellectual property rights formerly belonging to Liquiline AS and Liquiline Europe AS which went bankrupt in September,” Knut Førland, Managing Director of Liquiline LNG, said in an e-mailed statement to LNG World News.
Liquiline LNG, a unit of Danish Hirtshals LNG, and its clients will benefit from the technology and experience platform that has been developed in Liquiline over several years, Førland said.
The company intends to focus towards LNG bunkering solutions. The first mission in this regard is to finalize the construction of the LNG terminal that Fjord Line is developing in Hirtshals in Denmark.
“With the Fjord Line contract in place it will be full throttle from day one. I am pleased that the key technical and project staff from the former Liquiline is joining us in Liquiline LNG. The skills they represent are essential for executing the terminal project in Hirtshals, and will also be very important for future projects,” Førland said.
Liquiline LNG will be based in Bergen.
LNG World News Staff; Image: Liquiline