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Rosmorport in talks with bunker firms over running LNG supply operation: source

Company said to be planning to build bunker vessel with LNG storage capacity of between 3,000 and 5,000 cbm.





Updated on 19 Sep 2017 11:41 GMT

Russian state enterprise Rosmorport is currently in discussions with three unnamed bunker suppliers to perform deliveries using an LNG bunker tanker that the company plans to build, IAA PortNews reports.

According to the publisher, Rosmorport intends to construct an LNG bunker tanker with a storage capacity of between 3,000 and 5,000 cubic metres.

Rosmorport's plans are said to have been outlined by Vladimir Shtrambrand, head of Rosmorport's Fleet Construction and Development Department, on September 18 during a conference event held in St. Petersburg.

The tanker is set to be built at the Onezhsky shipyard in Petrozavodsk, located approximately 425 kilometres northeast of St Petersburg, and the hull of the unfinished tanker of Project RST22 is to be used for construction, PortNews explained.

Shtrambrand is said to have also revealed that Rosmorport was "close" to signing a contract for the LNG bunker tanker project.






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