NYK Line to establish LNG collaboration with Indonesian oil company

Japan's NYK Line signs a memorandum of understanding with Indonesian Pertamina's shipping company about energy transportation, covering "ownership and shipmanagement" of LNG vessels.

Photo: Stringer Japan/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

With a memorandum of understanding, Japan's NYK Line and Indonesia's state-owned oil company Pertamina aim to establish an energy transportation collaboration.

Specifically, the oil company's fully owned subsidiary Pertamina International Shipping has entered the agreement with the Japanese shipping line.

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