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  • The Prelude is now stationed over a gas field off the north coast of Western Australia
  • It should produce enough natural gas to power a city the size of Hong Kong
  • The vessel is almost one-third of a mile long with a deck longer than four soccer fields

Displacing as much water as five aircraft carriers is just one eye-popping statistic that attempts to explain the sheer size of the world's largest vessel. Construction on Shell's huge floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) structure began in 2012 and was finished in July by Samsung's Heavy Industries in South Korea, before being towed to Australia. Now the floating facility sits at its first location, Shell's Prelude gas field, around 125 miles north off the Western Australian coast.

Displacing as much water as five aircraft carriers is just one eye-popping statistic that attempts to explain the sheer size of the world's largest vessel. Construction on Shell's huge floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) structure began in 2012 and was finished in July by Samsung's Heavy Industries in South Korea, before being towed to Australia. Now the floating facility sits at its first location, Shell's Prelude gas field, around 125 miles north off the Western Australian coast. In 2018, the 488-meter long facility, also called Prelude, will begin its job of extracting and processing gas at sea. The gas is to be pumped up from below the seabed to the floating platform, where it is then cooled. LNG ships, serving Asian customers, will then pull up alongside and fill their tanks with liquefied gas that has been chilled to -162 degrees Celsius. Despite its ship-like appearance, the Prelude vessel is not in the strictest sense a boat as it needs to be towed to its destinations.