LNG World Shipping

Mozah launches Q-max era

21/10/2008
Taken from: LNG World Shipping August/September 2008


Ten months after gathering in Korea for the naming of the first 216,000m3 Q-flex ships, dignitaries returned to the country on 11 July 2008 to similarly welcome Mozah, at 266,000m3 the largest LNG carrier ever built. Constructed by Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI), the ship is named after Sheikha Mozah Bint Nasser Al Missned, the wife of the emir of Qatar, who was guest of honour at the shipyard ceremony. Mozah is the first of 14 ships of the so-called Q-max size that are being built to carry c....

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