Shell Prelude FLNG, Korea
About the Project
Prelude is the world’s first ever floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) project. Locker shields with a combined area of over 2,000m2 have been delivered to SHI (Samsung Heavy Industries) and SBM (Single Bouy Moorings).
The Prelude, constructed at the Samsung Heavy Industry yard in South Korea and engineered by Technip, will be delivered to Shell by the end of 2016.
Locker Heatshielding has designed and supplied a range of different shields for the world famous Prelude.
Installed Locker flare deck shields can be seen approximately 1 minute into the Shell video below:
- Extra Span and Ladder heatshields for stair towers of modules 1P1, 1P2 and the flare stair tower.
- Two escape routes to provide safe passage for personnel on the 1P1 Module.
- 200m2 of Flare Deck shields positioned directly under the flare burners on top of the flare which reaches 100m out and 100m up from the deck.
- The turret supplied by SMB was clad in both Extra Span shields and Double Skin Ladders.