As operators increasingly look to floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) solutions to commercialize previously stranded resources, more attention is paid to the significant challenges which exist in operating a FPSO process plant. This resource centre represents the industry’s leading source of essential information for the business critical subject of FPSO vessels as well as Floating Liquid Natural Gas (FLNG) vessels.

INFOGRAPHIC: The World’s 7 Largest Developing LNG Projects - Sumit Dutta

With a host of new drilling techniques, processes and technologies, the oil and gas industry are often at the forefront of advanced science – looking for ways of reducing cost as well as risks to workers and assets. Now technology has begun to revolutionize the energy industry in the liquefied natural gas sector. On the below infographic, we look at what liquefied natural gas (LNG) is, and the largest projects that are currently in production Full Article »

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Embarking on a FLNG Journey – A FLEX LNG Experience

Contributor: Phil Fersht
Posted: 9/10/2012

Embarking on a FLNG Journey – A FLEX LNG Experience - Phil Fersht

With $20 billion dollars to be spent on FLNG projects between now and 2017, what can you learn from the CEO of FLEX LNG, one of those pioneering companies at the forefront of floating gas development Full Video »

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Petrobras On The Future Of FPSOs And The Own Or Rent Conundrum -

Find out the solution to the own or rent question when it comes to FPSOs, from the world's leading pioneer in deep water hydrocarbons and FPSO implementation Full Podcast »

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How Can The FPSO Industry Change To Optimise Cost

The oil and gas industry is facing one of the biggest challenges for decades, with the price of a barrel halving year-on-year since 2014. In September 2015, Royal Dutch Shell CEO, Ben van Beurden, told the BBC that a recovery in the price of oil was hard to foresee in the short-term. At roughly the same time, Goldman Sachs forecasted that the average price of oil through 2016 would be $45 per barrel, with a possibility of a dip as low as $20. If the current low oil price persists, the logic follows that FPSO awards will be concomitantly lower. So, how can the FPSO industry change and adapt to optimize costs and allow for beneficial collaboration? In the following analysis, we look at five areas in which the “floater” sector can adjust to win in the downturn. Full Whitepaper »

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FLNG – Beyond The Hype

In this presentation at the Global Floating LNG Summit 2011, Brian Songhurst, Director of LNG Energy and Power aims to extract the wheat from the chaff in the discussion about the benefits and advantages of FLNG. Floating liquefied natural gas allows for the exploitation of offshore gas reserves, access to stranded fields and provides an alternative to costly infrastructure investments. In essence, FLNG represents a significant and yet untapped revenue stream. Ensuring that oil and gas organisations are benefiting from the opportunities that FLNG can provide for the sector has never been more important.. Full Presentation »

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