Inpex secures LNG tankers for Ichthys project

Inpex has secured two LNG carriers for delivery of the Ichthys project gas to Japan and Taiwan.

Inpex Shipping, the company’s wholly owned subsidiary, will co-own one of the vessels with Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (the K-Line).

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries will build the carrier, which will be operated by Ocean Breeze LNG Transport. It will be capable of transporting 900,000 tonnes/year of LNG from the project’s LNG plant and loading facilities in Darwin.

The second vessel will be operated by K-Line.

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