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BATTERY POWERED PATROL SHIP FOR CHINESE LNG TERMINAL

Wednesday, November 28, 2018 

Reports from China say that the Shenzen Maritime Bureau has ordered a battery-powered service vessel from Huangpu Wenchong Shipyard, part of China State Shipbuilding Company.

 

The all-electric vessel will be provided with two battery packs each of 650kWh capacity. It will be 78m long, and will travel at up to 18knots with an endurance of 1000 naut mile. has signed shipbuilding contract with Shenzhen Maritime Bureau to build an all-electric battery-powered service ship. Design is by CSSC 708 Research Institute.
The ship has been designed for use specifically within the LNG sector at the port of Shenzen, where it will monitor ship movements and cargo handling operations as well as undertake maritime safety patrols and act as command vessel in the event of emergency.

 

The all-electric vessel will be provided with two battery packs each of 650kWh capacity. It will be 78m long, and will travel at up to 18knots with an endurance of 1000 naut mile. Design is by the CSSC's 708 Research Institute.

The ship has been designed for use specifically within the LNG sector at the port of Shenzen (see picture), where it will monitor ship movements and cargo handling operations as well as undertake maritime safety patrols and act as command vessel in the event of emergency.

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