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GTT selects DSEC to collaborate on services relating to Shell Prelude

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GTT has selected DSEC to collaborate on the GTT support services related to the Membrane Cargo Containment System (CCS) of the Shell operated Prelude FLNG facility.

This agreement associating GTT and DSEC’s capabilities for maintenance and related services will bring the best expertise to the client.

Moreover, DSEC is already recognised for its ability to implement (cargo handling systems (CHS’) and support shipyards as a GTT qualified licensee for CCS.

Philippe Berterottière, Chairman and CEO of GTT commented: “We are very proud of the agreement with DSEC, one of the key players of the LNG industry in Korea and worldwide. In addition, I am delighted to sign this contract with Mr. Il Dong Park, Chairman of DSEC, and Mr. Joon Sup Shin, President and CEO, strengthening our long-term relationship.”

GTT is establishing key partnerships in order to adapt its offer to the industry requirements. The company, which pursues a strategy of constant innovation in terms of Research & Development to continually upgrade its range of technologies & services to be able to offer shipyards and ship-owners high added value solutions.

Prelude is located 475km North-North East of Broome in Western Australia where, once operating, it will produce 5.3 million tpy of liquids: 3.6 million tpy of LNG, 1.3 million tpy of condensate and 0.4 million tpy of liquefied petroleum gas. GTT’s membrane containment system Mark III was selected for the design of the tanks.

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