Höegh FLNG to Perform Pre-FEED Study

Höegh FLNG Ltd., a fully owned subsidiary of Höegh LNG Holdings, has been awarded a pre-FEED study for a jetty-moored 2 mtpa FLNG near shore barge FLNG solution for a North American LNG export project.

The study will be executed in 2nd half of 2013 with a potential for conducting a full FEED in 2014.

Höegh LNG’s President and CEO, and Chairman of Höegh FLNG Ltd., Sveinung J.S. Støhle, says in a comment: “We are pleased to be awarded this Pre-FEED study and are confident that the results will show that our barge based FLNG designs will give our client a safe, technically sound and cost efficient solution for exports of LNG from the North American continent. This award further underscores Höegh FLNG’s ability to compete for development of FLNG projects worldwide.”

 

 

Press Release, July 25, 2013

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