Nakilat Q-Max & Q-Flex (LNG)
In 2006, Shell and Nakilat (Qatar) celebrated the signing of an agreement in which Shell would manage the fleet of 25 liquified natural gas (LNG) carriers which were being built for Nakilat.
These ships are revolutionary in terms of both their design and sheer size. The Mozah, was the largest LNG vessel ever to be built, and now delivers huge quantities of LNG around the world.
The Mozah is the length of three and a half football pitches, is half as high as the London Eye.
The Northwest class of liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers are attached to the Northwest Shelf Project in Australia, and are managed by Shell Tankers Australia with officers being provided by Shell Ship Management LTD. The vessels carry on average 130,000 cubic metres of LNG from northwest Australia to the Far East.