Nakilat has assumed full ship management and operations of the Q-Max LNG carrier Al Samriya from Shell Trading and Shipping Co Ltd with effect from 27 July 2020, as part of the second phase of its planned fleet management transition programme.
With a cargo carrying capacity of 263 300 m3, Al Samriya is wholly-owned by Nakilat and chartered by Qatargas. The vessel built in South Korea by Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering was delivered in February 2009 and has been in service ever since.
Al Samriya is the fourth vessel that will come under the management of Nakilat Shipping Qatar Ltd. (NSQL) this year, bringing the total number of vessels managed by NSQL to 23, comprising of 19 LNG and 4 LPG carriers.
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquid-natural-gas/28072020/nakilat-transitions-lng-carrier-to-in-house-management/
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