Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) is an alternative to fossil fuels and has the potential to make heavy-duty vehicle and shipping operations cleaner and more efficient, making effective planning of LNG refuelling stations crucial for realising the full potential of LNG.
LNG fuelling planning includes developing LNG infrastructure, promoting the use of LNG as a fuel, improving LNG storage and transportation technologies, and building a market for LNG.
Close collaboration between engineering and construction services is essential for successful LNG refuelling station planning. We offer the overall planning of all trades including the specialist planners for the service phases 1–9, e.g. approvals, design planning and construction documentation, tendering through to acceptance, as well as nationwide construction management.
Planning for LNG refuelling stations is another important step towards a cleaner and more efficient energy supply.
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Countering gas shortages
Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) is an important alternative to fossil fuels, especially when it comes to addressing a gas shortage. Effective LNG plant design can help meet industrial demand for gas, at the same time supporting the transition to a cleaner energy supply.
Close cooperation between industry, academia and policymakers is essential for successful LNG planning. By exchanging ideas with the authorities, a faster and more effective implementation of the LNG strategy can be achieved. Quick approvals are the result of overall planning including all specialist planners.
Planning for LNG facilities is an important way to meet industrial demand for gas while supporting the transition to a cleaner energy supply.
Please feel free to ask us for our extensive references in the field of LNG plants in the gas shortage situation.