Gas transport gets new tanker edge, CIMC Enric Holding upgrades its products

by SpeedLux
CIMC Enric Holding

China’s hunger for natural gas has pushed CIMC Enric Holding, one of the nation’s most significant liquefied natural gas devices manufacturers by sales revenue, to update its items.

Its freshly designed high-performance, large-capacity LNG tankers are anticipated to redefine ocean transport of natural gas.

“When this mode of transportation is launched and extensively accepted, a great deal of wasted overseas natural gas will be saved,” stated Yang Baoying, deputy general manager at CIMC Enric.

The new 40-foot (12.2 meter) containers have passed security tests in the United States recently. Each of them can make it possible for LNG imports in little batches, and successfully carry out the LNG one-tank multimodal transportation on road, rail and water. They can likewise update LNG logistics in the worldwide market.

CIMC Enric likewise finished a sea trail of a 14,000 cubic meters LNG carriers in November last year. This is among the 20 LNG feeder vessels available worldwide.

The included value and technical content of LNG carriers are advanced than those of oil tankers, and they will be geared up with tanks that can resist very low temperatures.

The company produced the world’s very first CNG transport ship that can move 700,000 cubic meters of CNG for its client in Tantong, Jiangsu province, in early last year.

Although demand for LNG is depressed and under pressure, thrust on low carbon energy usage will see LNG playing a crucial role in the optimization of the domestic energy structure, stated Sun Hongli, another deputy general manager of CIMC Enric, a subsidiary of China International Marine Containers (Group) Ltd.

Bao Zhangjing, director of the China Shipbuilding Industry Research Center, stated: “At present, most of the associated gas gotten from overseas drilling projects is typically burned as waste gas, consisting of in China and other nations.”

The company’s product range includes storage tanks, LNG carriers, import terminals and export terminals. CIMC Enric focuses on the manufacture of devices for energy, chemical and liquid food markets.

Its equipment and engineering service covers both onshore compressed natural gas or CNG industrial chain and overseas LNG industrial chain.

CIMC Enric’s present products range from upstream LNG liquefaction plants, through ranges of crucial storage devices and engineering services in the midstream (such as LNG import and export terminals, little and medium-sized LNG and CNG carriers, and LNG tanks for land-ship-railway multimodal transportation), to gasification stations, gas refueling stations and LNG fuel systems for automobiles and ships in the downstream.

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