Aqualis contracted for LNG barge study

February 4, 2016

Offshore marine and engineering consultancy Aqualis Offshore has been contracted by Gas Entec to provide an engineering study of a new-build LNG barge that will operate in the US offshore.

Aqualis Offshore’s work scope is to provide a failure modes and effects analysis (FMEA) study for control and alarm monitoring system (CAMS), emergency shutdown system (ESDS), and wireless telemetry system installed on the 2200cu m LNG bunkering/transport barge.

The LNG bunkering/transport barge will carry LNG cargo from the port facilities towards LFS (LNG fueled ship) for bunkering. The LNG bunkering barge is built by Conrad Shipyard for TOTE. 

Aqualis Offshore’s contract value is undisclosed. 



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