• AG&P’s small-scale LNG carrier (LNGC) has a unique design capable of self-propulsion across open waters and the ability to de-ballast to two meters or less, while fully laden with its cargo of LNG. This allows the vessel to operate in shallow coastal and riverine approaches found at many delivery terminals in archipelagos like Indonesia and the Philippines
  • The vessel cargo capacity is scalable from 4,000 m3 to 8,000 m3 without modifying the hull or propulsion platforms. It can travel near shore or receive LNG cargo from an FSU anchored offshore. It is designed for both the sea and riverine environments. The minimum speed requirement is eight knots. The barge does not need handling tugs and has a full Dynamic Positioning DP2 designation
  • The vessel has a GTT Mark III cryogenic membrane cargo containment system (CCS) built into the hull. This design provides a lower center of gravity in a sea kindly hull, assuring not only safe open water traverses, but also an optimized length and beam for AG&P’s vessel to de-ballast to two meters and safely operate in the client’s terminal facilities
  • The design, assembly and integration of sub-components, such as boil-off gas handling equipment, cargo handling and control systems are executed by AG&P

Ultra-shallow draft LNG carrier