Samsung Heavy Industries Co., a leading South Korean shipbuilder, said on Wednesday it has won a 609.7 billion won ($495 million) deal to build two liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers for an unidentified shipper in Oceania.
Samsung Heavy said it has clinched orders worth about $2 billion, accounting for 21% of its 2023 order target of $9.5 billion year to date.
The contract follows a $1.5 billion deal to build a floating LNG production facility (FLNG) reportedly for Petronas, a Malaysian state-run energy company.
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