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Seri Camelia

LNG Carrier for MISC (Photos: MISC Berhad)

Seri Camellia is the ? rst in a se- this agenda, from fostering the strength of the hull. ered by an Ultra Stream Turbine ries of ? ve MOSS-type 150,200 dynamic talent of our seafaring Additional green technology (UST) plant, and installed with cu. m. lique? ed natural gas professionals to modernising features adopted for these new pre-swirl duct and Propeller (LNG) carriers delivered last and expanding our ? eet of ves- carriers include energy ef? cien- Boss Cap Fin (PBCF).

month to MISC Berhad (MISC). sels that is aligned with global cy, emissions reductions, biodi- The MOSS-Type newbuilds are

The ships are being built at Hyun- standards in technology, safety versity management and end-of- part of MISC’s long term ? eet dai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. and reliability,” said Yee Yang life disposal. expansion program to cater to (HHI) in South Korea, and upon Chien, President/CEO of MISC. These features also include the energy transportation needs delivery, the LNG Carriers will be The new generation of LNG car- the installation of the Selective of PETRONAS. They have been chartered to PETRONAS for the riers incorporate technologies in Catalytic Reduction (SCR) sys- designed for worldwide trading next 15 years. Seri Camellia will various forms including the Inte- tem for the diesel generator to capability to enable them to call be part of the new generation of grated Hull Structure (IHS) with comply with the latest IMO Tier at all major LNG terminals in the the Seri C Class LNG ? eet, com- four spherical tanks shielded III requirement and the Ozone world. Seri Camellia embarked prising MOSS-Type vessels that by the continuous cover, which Ballast Water Treatment Sys- on its maiden voyage from South provide a more robust and supe- improves the overall structural tem. The carriers will be pow- Korea to Bintulu, Malaysia. rior cargo containment system and ensuring a higher degree of operational ? exibility for MISC to operate in harsh meteorologi- th

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