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18/10/2012 Samsung starts building what it calls the world’s biggest vessel

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Shell's Floating Liquid Natural Gas Facility FLNG

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Floating natural gas platform (FLNG): explained

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Prelude FLNG is home

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Arms of innovation

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What is LNG? Turning natural gas into liquid | Shell Natural Gas

Subsidiary of Samsung, South Korean multinational conglomerate, built the floating liquefied natural gas platform. The platform weights 600,000 tonnes and in 2017 the it has begun its journey to the North West. The facility has the capacity to process and offload about 3.6 million tonnes of LNG.
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