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    Prelude FLNG

    Helderline Shell Tanker 'Prelude FLNG'
    • Name: Prelude FLNG
    • Imo number: 9648714
    • Year of construction: 2017
    • Status: Sailing / Sailed for Shell Australia
    • Class: LNG - Samsung
    • Tonnage: 600.000
    • Yard: Samsung Heavy Industries Geoje Shipyard South Korea
    • Construction number: HN 2030
    • Flag: AU Australia
    • Callsign: VNKL
    • Owner: Shell Development Melbourne Australia
    • Extra information: The 488 metres long, 74 metres wide, FLNG floating liquefied natural gas vessel will float in waters off the North-Western coast of Australia. The largest offshore facility ever constructed. Start building 11-2012. Completed 2017 for 25 years. Fully loaded a capacity of 600.000 tons. POSH Terasea will undertake to tow and position the Prelude from Samsung Shipyard to the Prelude gasfield in Australia. Start management Australia 30-6-2017.

    Last modification: Sunday 18th June 2017 at 13:14:01 

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