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Arctic Condensate Tanker Aker ARC 212

Arctic Condensate Tanker Aker ARC 212 is used for transporting gas condensate, the byproduct which is fine oil separated from the natural gas before its liquefaction process. She will be used to transport gas condensate from the Yamal LNG production site in the Russian Arctic to Europe and Asia.

 

The 214 -meters long icebreaking condensate tanker will have dual classification and conform to Russian Maritime Register of Shipping and Bureau Veritas rules. It will be able to operate in 1.8 m thick ice with icebreaking speed of 2 knots (astern). The tanker will operate year-round in the Arctic area, delivering gas condensate, crude oil and product oil from port of Sabetta in the Yamal Peninsula, Russia to Europe and Asia. The arctic condensate tanker is built by GSI, Guangzhou Shipyard International in China.

Technical information of the vessel:

Length: 214 m
Breadth: 34 m
Draught, design: 11.7 m
DWT: 43 400
Cargo capacity: 59 800 m3
Ice class: Arc 7

 

Etteplan was commissioned to deliver the design concept of hull structures and the basic design of the vessel.

Etteplan was also responsible for contributing to the design of machinery and performing classification drawings, technical calculations and FE analyses to ensure stability and safety of the vessel. Etteplan also conducted collision simulations of the tanker.

 

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