Wison: World's First Barge-Based FSRU Undocks in China
Wison Offshore & Marine announced Wednesday that the world’s first barge-based Floating Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU), for which it provided EPC services for Exmar, has undocked from Wison’s dry-dock in Nantong, China.
This is the first FSRU being built in China and the facility is to become the world’s first FSRU with small-scale storage capacity, Wison said. The non-propelled FSRU barge has a regasification capacity of 600 million cubic feet per day.
“The successful undocking of the FSRU once again verifies Wison’s strong competence in the lump sum turnkey projects for floating LNG facilities,” An Wenxin, senior vice president of Wison Offshore & Marine, said.
“It further proves that we are capable of providing the market with the most cost-effective EPC solutions that are applicable in other LNG developments, such as the new W-FSRP (Wison - Floating Storage, Regasification and Power generation) series we launched recently. We’re dedicated to providing more economic, fast-track solutions to a wide range of industry clients,” he added.
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