GTT, a pioneer in liquefied natural gas technology, secures two significant orders for the design of new LNG carriers. Collaborating with South Korean shipyards Hanwha Ocean and Samsung Heavy Industries, GTT's cutting-edge membrane containment systems, NO96 GW and Mark III Flex, will grace vessels with a combined capacity of 348,000 m³. Expected deliveries in 2026 and 2027 mark strides towards a greener maritime future, emphasizing the global demand for advanced LNG transportation solutions.
In a testament to its expertise in liquefied natural gas (LNG) technology, GTT proudly announces two pivotal orders for the tank design of groundbreaking LNG carriers. These vessels, to be crafted in collaboration with esteemed South Korean shipyards Hanwha Ocean and Samsung Heavy Industries, signify a leap forward in the maritime industry's commitment to sustainable and efficient LNG transportation.
The first of these cutting-edge LNG carriers will materialize under the skillful hands of Hanwha Ocean, renowned for its shipbuilding prowess. Boasting a remarkable total capacity of 174,000 metric tons and equipped with GTT's NO96 GW membrane containment system, this vessel is slated for delivery in the third quarter of 2027. The NO96 GW technology, a hallmark of GTT's innovation, ensures optimal containment and safety in LNG transportation.
Simultaneously, Samsung Heavy Industries will contribute to this maritime evolution with the construction of the second LNG carrier. With an identical capacity of 174,000 metric tons, this vessel will incorporate GTT's Mark III Flex membrane containment system, showcasing the versatility and adaptability of GTT's solutions. The scheduled delivery for this vessel is set for the third quarter of 2026, reflecting the accelerated pace at which the industry is embracing advanced LNG carrier technologies.
Both these groundbreaking vessels are commissioned by a forward-thinking Japanese ship-owner, underlining the global collaboration driving innovation in LNG transportation. The strategic choice of GTT's advanced membrane containment systems attests to the industry's confidence in their reliability, efficiency, and safety standards.
As the maritime sector continues to navigate towards a greener and more sustainable future, the significance of these orders extends beyond individual vessels. They represent a collective commitment to advancing technologies that not only enhance the efficiency of LNG transportation but also contribute to environmental conservation.
GTT's receipt of two substantial orders for LNG carrier designs heralds a new era in maritime transportation. The collaboration with esteemed shipyards and the choice of advanced membrane containment systems underscore the industry's dedication to technological excellence and environmental responsibility. With deliveries scheduled for the coming years, these vessels are poised to set benchmarks in LNG transportation, reflecting a harmonious blend of innovation, efficiency, and sustainability.