Upgrading Links to Adapt to Increasing LNG Demands The Middle East LNG Terminal Increasing energy requirements demanded Challenge: The previous FSRU did not have Solution: Trelleborg provided a bespoke an upgrade of the existing floating storage a compatible SSL system, meaning a bespoke solution that incorporated three separate regasification unit (FSRU) at the LNG terminal. FSRU would need to be supplied that could electrical links – standard SSL communications, As the FSRU would remain permanently sufficiently integrate with the current SSL at the jetty platform emergency shutdown (ESD) moored at the jetty without any personnel, port. The current SSL also needed upgrading, integration, and jetty QRH signal connections. it needed to be capable of functioning to move the port from a ‘ship FSRU’ interface, independently. This meant that the terminal to a full ‘terminal’ system, allowing the FSRU to This involved replicating the original SSL had to be equipped with a highly efficient SSL operate efficiently while unmanned. interface and adapting it to suit the new system to ensure that LNG was transferred vessel, along with upgrading the existing SSL safely and effectively. to be capable of full ESD, telecoms, and MLM signaling. Any signals not needed by the new arrangement were removed, helping to save costs. Trelleborg also supplied fender systems and docking and mooring equipment. Scan the QR code Scan the QR code using the Upon completion of the project, the existing jetty Trelleborg delivered a bespoke solution using the Marine and Marine and Infrastructure AR could continue to function with a new, more that both upgraded the current SSL and Infrastructure AR App to App to explore our Slide-In, efficient FSRU. integrated a new system to effectively explore our Pneumatic Slide-Out Fenders in Fenders in more detail. more detail. transfer LNG at the terminal.

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