FortisBC, an energy provider and utility in the Canadian province of British Columbia, is making significant headways in using liquefied natural gas for transportation.
The growth of the use of regasified liquefied natural gas as a feedstock fuel for power generation, is largely attributable to a combination of economic, political and technical factors.
When managing Floating Storage Regasification Unit (FSRU) operations, the ship-to-shore interfaces for gas output and interfaces between liquified natural gas carriers and the FSRU for liquid transfer are mission critical.
Atlantic, Gulf and Pacific Co. of the Philippines, the LNG infrastructure and modules supply company, is gradually building up its own LNG project portfolio from small-scale ventures in the Asia-Pacific region to developing a full-scale import terminal in India.
“In gas-developed countries like the USA, gas has a share of up to 30 percent of the energy mix. In India, this share is about 7 percent of primary energy consumption,” observes Singh in summing up the problems going forward.