Wison Offshore & Marine has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with China Classification Society (CCS) Wuhan Rules & Research Institute on floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) developments in China.
The companies will jointly work on the development and optimisation of FSRU products, the formulation of relevant technical standards, design and review, joint research of new technologies, exchange of know-how and talent development for the industry. Such cooperation is set to promote commercial application of floating LNG (FLNG) solutions in China.
Ying Cui, CEO of Wison Offshore & Marine said, said: “We’re delighted to partner with CCS Wuhan Rules & Research Institute whose strengths in technical research can be leveraged in our joint contributions to the formulation of FSRU technical standards in China. We hope floating LNG import solutions that have been widely adopted in global market can better serve Chinese market, offering a more flexible and economical option to access LNG supply. ”
Luo Xiaofeng, Director of CCS Wuhan Rules & Research Institute, added: “We are very pleased to work with Wison whose practical project experiences will bring great value to our research. Based on common understanding of industry trends, we both are fairly confident in the promising future of our strategic partnership.”