A newly freed-up Hoegh LNG ship is making its way westward after the High Court of Bombay ordered the port of Jaigarh to stop stalling and assign the ship a pilot and let it sail.

The 170,000-cbm floating storage and regasification unit Hoegh Giant (built 2017) is free for new work after lawyers for Hoegh LNG wrested it loose from the stalled Indian floating terminal project.

Hoegh LNG chief financial officer Havard Furu declined to comment on the dispute or the commercial problems that have plagued the Hoegh Giant’s India business.