GOI Thermal Power Station project
In February and June CY Interocean II performed the two identical voyages for GE Gas and Power Shipping. In both voyages, the vessel shipped three of the world’s largest Heat Recovery Steam Generator (HRSG) modules, each weighing about 2500 mt.
The HRSG modules were loaded and discharged over the vessel’s stern. They were shipped from the Sungdong Shipyard in Tongyeong in Korea to Chiba in Japan for the Goi Thermal Power Station in Chiba, Japan.
The GOI Thermal Power Station will be an LNG-fueled combined cycle power plant which uses heat from the gas turbine exhaust to generate super-heated steam, which in its turn powers a steam turbine to create up to 50% more energy without any additional fuel. The first stages are expected to start commercial operation in 2024. The Station is planned to have power output of 2340 MW. The combined fleet of four deck carriers operated by BigLift and partner CY Shipping carry a great variety of cargoes related to large modules for Petrochemical and LNG installations, the port utility industry, on and offshore wind components, and others. The combined fleet is commercially operated by BigLift.