Karmol, the joint venture between Karadeniz Holding’s subsidiary Karpowership and Japanese Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL), will sell Senegal the first Liquified Natural Gas (LNG)-powered electricity generated in the Floating Storage Regasification Unit (FSRU), according to a statement. The FSRU was delivered to Sembcorp Marine in Singapore on March 15, and will be positioned in Senegal in the upcoming days. The FSRU started sea trials offshore from Singapore prior to its journey to Africa. Karpowership has been supplying 15% of electricity consumption for Senegal with its 235 MW capacity Aysegul Sultan Powership vessel since August 2019. The FSRU will shift from heavy fuel to LNG in electricity generation, and will start its electricity supply before the end of June.
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