London-headquartered global energy supplier for small scale LNG and gas carrier owner, Avenir LNG Ltd, has awarded the management of three LNG bunker vessels to Wilhelmsen Ship Management. The vessels awarded are Avenir Achievement, Avenir Ascension, and Avenir Aspiration.
“We are thrilled to embark on this journey with our new client, Avenir, and we look forward to managing these state-of-the-art LNG bunker tankers, which hold a pivotal role in the industry's ongoing energy transition. We are excited about the opportunities this collaboration will bring and the value it will deliver to both parties,” said Carl Schou, CEO and President of Wilhelmsen Ship Management.
Avenir is a new customer to Wilhelmsen. The three vessels were previously managed by Höegh LNG, one of three blue-chip shareholders in Avenir LNG, alongside Stolt Nielsen Ltd and Golar LNG.
“Höegh LNG have contributed enormously to the success of Avenir LNG since the company was established in 2018, paving a solid foundation for the future. We applaud all their hard work and Höegh LNG will continue to be key part of our growth trajectory as a key shareholder. The award to Wilhelmsen, one of the world’s top ship managers with global reach, represents a new milestone on our journey and we have full confidence in the added value they can deliver,” commented Avenir LNG CEO, Peter Mackey.
With a new strategic vision and robust asset base, he adds that Avenir is well-placed to weather what can often be a volatile market.
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