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Coastal FLNG Development

Why Coastal Floating Systems?

Floating LNG (FLNG) systems are exactly that – LNG systems that float offshore, as opposed to being onshore. FLNG systems include:

  • Liquefaction
  • Storage
  • Regasification

Each System is built within the hull of a floating vessel designed specifically for purpose.

The benefits of floating systems over traditional onshore systems are:

  1. Lower Production Costs
  2. Reduced facility development and Permitting time
  3. Improved environmental performance
  4. Increased security of facility
  5. Flexibility to relocate the floating facility

Coastal FLNG systems are moored close to the shoreline and connected directly to the natural gas pipelines.

Developed as plug and play, the floating systems are designed by specialist engineering partners and then produced by ship manufacturing partners. Once completed, the vessels are shipped to the FLNG costal locations and “plugged” in, where they become operational extremely quickly.

Why Coastal Floating Systems?

Floating LNG (FLNG) systems are exactly that – LNG systems that float offshore, as opposed to being onshore. FLNG systems include:

  • Liquefaction
  • Storage
  • Regasification

Each System is built within the hull of a floating vessel designed specifically for purpose.

The benefits of floating systems over traditional onshore systems are:

  1. Lower Production Costs
  2. Reduced facility development and Permitting time
  3. Improved environmental performance
  4. Increased security of facility
  5. Flexibility to relocate the floating facility

Coastal FLNG systems are moored close to the shoreline and connected directly to the natural gas pipelines.

Developed as plug and play, the floating systems are designed by specialist engineering partners and then produced by ship manufacturing partners. Once completed, the vessels are shipped to the FLNG costal locations and “plugged” in, where they become operational extremely quickly.