SAL Heavy Lift has delivered a cryogenic heat exchanger for use in the LNG Train 9 project, in Bintulu, the company said in statement on Friday.
SAL Heavy Lift’s MV Annagret, one of the company’s Type 161A vessels with 650 tonne lift capacity, carried the 257 tonne item, measuring 50.7 x 5.66 x 6.06 metres, from Fairless Hills in the USA on a TransPacific route.
Justin Archard, managing director of SAL Heavy Lift across South East Asia and Australasia, said, “A cryogenic heat exchanger is the effective heart of an LNG plant. They are incredibly valuable and tremendously sensitive pieces of technology and require very special handling. We’re very pleased our client has returned to us again and entrusted us with this responsibility; a testament to our reliability and track record of safety.”