Greek generating and fuelling company Blue Sea Power is moving forward on plans to build and install up to seven integrated floating storage regasification and power (FSRP) barges that could be operated on LNG, bio-LNG and hydrogen.

Speaking to TradeWinds chairman and chief executive Konstantinos Mitropoulos said the company has completed initial pre-front-end engineering and design with engineering consultancy Houlder for the FSRP units.

Mitropoulos, who is also a founding partner of the company, said the aim is to supply two 80MW barges that can provide 7,500-cbm of storage for the Greek islands of Chios and Lesvos, with a third 120MW unit offering 12,000-cbm for the island of Kos.