Karpowership to supply Senegal


Issue 399 - 13 Sep 2019 | 1 minute read
Karpowership’s 235MW Aysegül Sultan powership left Turkey for Senegal on 8 September, the company announced on LinkedIn. The ship will supply some 15% of Senegal’s power from early October, using HFO for the first six months, after which it is expected to use LNG as part of Karpowership’s plans to convert its global fleet.

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