3 key factors for the FLNG future

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Lack of transmission networks and the fact that four out of every five infrastructure megaprojects fail in their objectives due to long development times, high cost and substantial budget overruns, means that floating liquefied natural gas units are increasingly becoming seen as the solution to the future of natural gas supply.

In this analysis, we delve into the reasons why the mini cousins of Shell’s Prelude may be the future of oil and gas production, and the three things that you will need to do to make small to midcale FLNG work.