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Floating LNG

Unlocking potential energy reserves economically and rapidly is essential to deliver energy security and can potentially affect trade flows profoundly. Floating LNG is an emerging technology for such fast and cost-effective development of new gas resources.
Modified date: 11/18/2014
Business and industry issue; Press release; Publication series; White paper
 

Floating LNG: Revolution and evolution for the global industry?

Floating LNG is an emerging technology for fast and cost-effective development of new gas resources.
Modified date: 11/6/2014
Publication series
 

Floating LNG projects worldwide

Floating LNG promises to unlock smaller, remote or environmentally-sensitive fields. Currently, numerous global projects exist or are under consideration in Southeast Asia, Australasia, Africa, the Eastern Mediterranean.
Modified date: 11/4/2014
Business and industry issue; Publication series
 

10 reasons why project developers choose floating LNG

Growing demand, high prices, environmental and community challenges and steep costs for the infrastructure of land-based projects, have led several leading LNG players to take another look at choosing FLNG.
Modified date: 11/4/2014
Business and industry issue; Publication series
 

Key considerations and risks for developers

Floating LNG project proponents need to identify key success factors and lessons learned and which risks they should manage. Failure in an early FLNG project could deter new developers, worry financiers and host governments.
Modified date: 11/4/2014
Business and industry issue
 

New KPMG study shows nearly 60 percent of family owned businesses are struggling to find external finance to fund investment

KPMG International survey has found that 58 percent of family businesses are seeking external financing to fund their investment plans.
Modified date: 10/10/2014
Press release