SeaQuest key partner in CNG 200 Optimum

13th Dec 2018

SeaQuest has been selected to provide its marine project management services for “CNG 200 Optimum”, the Global Energy Ventures’ Compressed Natural Gas shipbuilding project.

GEV’s Optimum Ship is the next generation of Marine CNG storage and the result of two decades development: Optimum ship design maximizes the amount of Compressed Natural Gas that can be stored within the hull of a ship.

Following the prototype testing and shipyard shortlisting, GEV has appointed SeaQuest to assist in finalizing the technical specification and doing the plan approval: during the first quarter of 2019, the team will finalize all technical and commercial discussions and the project schedule based on a firm 4 CNG 200 Optimum ships order and options for a further 2+2 ships.

Jan Andersson, SeaQuest CEO & Managing Director, said: “We are honored for having been selected by GEV and will put our best endeavor and experience to contribute to the success of such an innovative and challenging project.”

 

SeaQuest on Splash247

28th Nov 2018

The interview to Jan Andersson, SeaQuest Managing Director & General Manager, was posted today in Splash247 - Interview with CEO.
Janne explains how he sees the new building supervision market is changing and the next challenges for our future.

Check here to read the full article.

 

Ro-Pax New Building Supevision

10th Sep 2018

Alger, 10 September 2018: Algérie Ferries (ENTMV - Entreprise Nationale de Transport Maritime de Voyageurs) has appointed SeaQuest for the new building project management of their RoPax Car-Ferry vessel to be built at Guangzhou Shipyard International in China.

SeaQuest mission covers the engineering and plan approval phases and the construction supervision, including all trials and commissioning until the delivery of the vessel to ENTMV. SeaQuest will provide its support also during the entire vessel’s warranty period, in case needed.

The supervision team, formed by SeaQuest experienced personnel, consists of multinational specialists in machinery, hull, coating, automation/electric & HSE working side by side with typical passenger vessels' inspectors in charge of HVAC, Hotel/Catering, Accommodation & Interior Decoration. 

The vessel has a capacity of 1,800 passengers and 600 vehicles (about 3,250 lane meters); all passengers’ common, individual spaces and other facilities shall be of the European standard, luxurious, and shall include very high-quality equipment, accessories and materials.
The delivery is scheduled around mid-2020.

 

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