MOL Wins Order for Indonesia’s 1st Coastal Transport Project
MOL chosen for project which marks Indonesia's first transport of LNG
The project marks Indonesia’s first domestic transport of LNG. It will ship up to 3 million tons of LNG from Bontang and other Indonesian ports. It is also MOL’s first offshore business in Indonesia.
MOL established a joint venture with Indonesian ocean shipping company PT Trada Maritime Tbk (headquarters:
Coastal transport of LNG is a new business model for Indonesia, where domestic demand for natural gas is increasing. MOL takes a proactive stance in providing LNG transport services that precisely meet customer needs.
(*1) Floating Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU)
LNG transported from the production site by an LNG carrier is discharged offshore near the point of consumption. The FSRU then returns the LNG to its gaseous form, which is transported by pipelines for distribution to gas utilities and consumers.
(*2) PT Nusantara Regas
Indonesian company owned 60% by Indonesian national oil company PT Pertamina (Persero) (headquarters:
(*3) Ownership of new company
PT Trada Maritime Tbk: 51%, MOL: 49% (proposed)
(*4) Profile of vessel
Capacity: 126,300m3 (5 MOSS-type spherical tanks)
Built in: 1977
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