Moss LNG carriers

Moss Maritime has a special position in the maritime LNG industry, having developed the technology for Moss LNG carriers. The Moss spherical LNG tanks are renowned for their reliability and robustness, guaranteeing problem free operation, with no leaks and no sloshing problems. Since the first Moss LNG carrier was built in 1973, 145 Moss LNG carriers have been constructed at shipyards in Asia, Europe and USA, with cargo volumes ranging from 19.000m3 – 182.000 m3.

FSRU and Regasification Systems

Moss Maritime has developed proprietary technology for LNG regasification systems for FSRUs (Floating Storage and Regasification Units). The first Moss regasification system design (closed loop) was built in 2008 for the world’s first FSRU conversion: the Golar Spirit FSRU, and the second Moss regasification system (combined open & closed loop) was built in 2023 for the FSRU “Alexandroupolis”.

Moss Maritime is a market leader in technology and engineering for conversion of LNG carriers into FSRUs. Up to now Moss Maritime has performed engineering for 10 LNG carriers having been converted to FSRUs, and in addition two projects have been completed for conversion LNG carriers to LNG FSUs (Floating Storage Units). We have multi-discipline competence and can take total engineering responsibility for such conversion projects.

FLNGs

Based on the successful pioneering of technology for conversion of LNG carriers into FSRUs, Moss Maritime developed concepts for conversion of LNG carriers into floating gas liquefaction plants (FLNG). This patented technology was chosen by Golar LNG for the world’s two first FLNGs constructed on basis of conversion of LNG carriers: “Hilli Episeyo” and “Gimi”. The projects were realized through significant engineering contribution by Moss Maritime.

Moss LNG carriers

Moss Maritime has a special position in the maritime LNG industry, having developed the technology for Moss LNG carriers. The Moss spherical LNG tanks are renowned for their reliability and robustness, guaranteeing problem free operation, with no leaks and no sloshing problems. Since the first Moss LNG carrier was built in 1973, 145 Moss LNG carriers have been constructed at shipyards in Asia, Europe and USA, with cargo volumes ranging from 19.000m3 – 182.000 m3.

FSRU and Regasification Systems

Moss Maritime has developed proprietary technology for LNG regasification systems for FSRUs (Floating Storage and Regasification Units). The first Moss regasification system design (closed loop) was built in 2008 for the world’s first FSRU conversion: the Golar Spirit FSRU, and the second Moss regasification system (combined open & closed loop) was built in 2023 for the FSRU “Alexandroupolis”.

Moss Maritime is a market leader in technology and engineering for conversion of LNG carriers into FSRUs. Up to now Moss Maritime has performed engineering for 10 LNG carriers having been converted to FSRUs, and in addition two projects have been completed for conversion LNG carriers to LNG FSUs (Floating Storage Units). We have multi-discipline competence and can take total engineering responsibility for such conversion projects.

FLNGs

Based on the successful pioneering of technology for conversion of LNG carriers into FSRUs, Moss Maritime developed concepts for conversion of LNG carriers into floating gas liquefaction plants (FLNG). This patented technology was chosen by Golar LNG for the world’s two first FLNGs constructed on basis of conversion of LNG carriers: “Hilli Episeyo” and “Gimi”. The projects were realized through significant engineering contribution by Moss Maritime.