New Shipbuilding Project Management

New Shipbuilding Project Management

BigWhales services total project management that entire life cycle of new building project to achieve high quality of completion through proactive performance and improved design review and plan approval, supervising, commissioning technical skills.

  We provide onsite activities include FATs through reporting by systemic company procedures, and we also provide Root Cause Analysis for critical design and construction defect.

Fully attending onboard test, sea trial to ensure completion of all activity tasks and integrity of operating systems.

Liquified Nature Gas Carrier

Recently, the construction of Liquefied Natural Gas Carriers(LNGC) is being promoted larger and larger depending on long voyage. the system of main engines and cargo control, Re-liquefaction of natural gases have become possible in LNGC. This research deals with the LNG projects, world markets of energy and developing tendency of liquefied natural gas carriers.

Very Large Gas Carrier
Very Large Ammonia Carrier

Ammonia is a green fuel for countries and companies that are required to reduce their carbon emissions under various international agreements. Ammonia is a compound of nitrogen and hydrogen (NH3), so even when combined with oxygen, i.e. when ignited, it theoretically does not produce CO2. Because of its ability to burn without emitting carbon dioxide (CO2), ammonia is being touted as the next generation of green fuels. As a result, the global demand for ammonia has increased, and the production of cargo ships has also increased.

Very Large Crude Oil Carrier

VLCC is the designation for tankers over 150,000 deadweight tonnes and ULCC is the designation for tankers over 400,000 deadweight tonnes. Tankers are also operated with duel fuel engines with deck tanks for LNG bunkering in line with environmental regulations.

Container Carrier

Recent deliveries of methanol-powered vessels ordered by global shipping lines, including certain carriers, have begun in earnest, increasing the demand for 'ship-to-ship' fuelling of methanol and intensifying competition among international ports for green methanol supplies. Recent examples include the delivery of a 16,200 TEU methanol-powered mega container carrier


BigWhales Making various efforts to expand blue ocean

BigWhales following trend of new building technical to reduce or stopping Cabon emission.

Considering design to establish a realistic decarbonization roadmap.

To meet the GHG Protocol that serving as a standard for measuring and reporting organizational level direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions


BIGWHALES supplies knowledgeable technic to implement successful new building project under design of clean environment.