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Oil & Gas IQ: LNG - Liquefied Natural Gas

Small to Mid-Scale LNG: Clearing The Hurdles To Success

Hosted By: Pranay Shukla
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About this Podcast...

Tony Acton, Principal, of ActOn LNG Consulting, joins Pranay Shukla, Editor of LNG OneWorld journal, to talk about the emergence of small to mid-scale LNG, the benefits and uses of smaller sized projects and the cost challenges facing smaller projects.

Tony Acton has been in the LNG Industry for over 28 years working in Europe, the Far East, India, the Middle East and South America. Until very recently he was LNG Development Manager for BG Group and worked on many new LNG export and import projects and acquisitions with particular responsibility for technical definition and site selection and subsequently managing basic design, safety and environmental approvals, cost and schedule planning and early construction works.

He recently managed the development of a fast-track LNG import terminal near Santiago, Chile that received its commissioning cargo in Q2, 2009 some 27 months after construction start and also new projects in Singapore and Europe. He is Chairman of the International LNG Importer’s Group’s Technical Study Group.


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