AIE picks Hoegh for NSW FSRU 

AUSTRALIAN Industrial Energy has chosen Norway’s Hoegh as its floating storage and regasification vessel supplier for its proposed Port Kembla LNG terminal, putting first gas imports for New South Wales by 2020 one large step closer. 

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James Baulderstone

AIE CEO James Baulderstone told Energy News today "we're really happy to get the world's best provider of what is really the heart and soul of our project" and that Hoegh had won easily in an initial field of seven. 
 
"We've now got this vessel locked away with a price, it's a piece of that puzzle and we just need to finalise the capital charges now and  then in the next  couple of months we'll be going back to our customers with final price [for gas]".
 
In early June the consortium, which takes in Andrew Forrest's Squadron Energy and Japan's JERA and Marubeni, announced it had signed 12 memoranda of understanding with industrial and commercial gas users for supply, and in  late June AIE won critical in...