Singapore-based Sembcorp Marine, provider of LNG ship repair and life extension work, has set a new record in relation to the number of LNG vessel repair and upgrade projects in a single year.
The company tops the list for the fourth year running, securing a total of 34 such projects in the global market.
“We are very privileged to work with leading LNG ship owners and operators who, over the years, have put their faith in our holistic solutions, integrated facilities and dedicated project teams,” Sembcorp Marine Executive Vice President and Head of Repairs & Upgrades Wong Lee Lin said.
Last year, Sembcorp Marine repaired and upgraded 32 LNG vessels at its Admiralty and Tuas Boulevard shipyards, up from 27 in 2013.
Owners and operators of the 34 LNG vessels repaired or upgraded at Sembcorp Marine’s Admiralty and Tuas Boulevard shipyards in 2015 include among others China LNG Shipping, Chevron Shipping, Gaslog LNG Services, Northwest Shelf Shipping Services Company, Teekay Gas Services, Hoegh LNG AS, K Line Shipmanagement and MOL LNG Transport (Europe).