Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)


Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)

More and more inves­tors of new power and indus­try pro­jects are con­si­de­ring natu­ral gas or LNG as a pos­si­ble source of ener­gy sup­ply. LNG has beco­me a world com­mo­di­ty ener­gy source, making it rea­di­ly avail­ab­le. Governments world­wi­de pro­mo­te the use of LNG for the future power mix and intend to install new and refur­bish exis­ting LNG  plants.

This approach using low emis­si­on fuels will allow us to cope with the ambi­tious tar­gets set for the reduc­tion of green­house gases and other emis­si­ons while sup­por­ting a steady and healt­hy growth of the world­wi­de eco­no­my. ILF actively hel­ps shape this expan­si­on by mana­ging cus­to­mi­zed pro­jects of any type and size. In the last 20 years ILF has suc­cess­ful­ly desi­gned and mana­ged more than 50 pro­jects around the world with capa­ci­ties of up to 10 MTPA.

ILF pro­vi­des inte­gra­ted, inter­di­sci­pli­na­ry ser­vices for LNG pro­jects from the initi­al stu­dy, through the design and ten­der pha­se to com­mis­sio­ning and start-up. Empha­sis is always pla­ced on deve­lo­ping indi­vi­du­al solu­ti­ons that take com­plex frame­work con­di­ti­ons into account.


Fiel­ds of Expertise:

  • Lique­fac­tion technologies
  • Regasi­fi­ca­ti­on technologies
  • Small-sca­le LNG (SSLNG)
  • Bun­ke­ring solutions
  • Dis­tri­bu­ti­on solu­ti­ons inclu­ding loading and unloading
  • Inte­gra­ted gas-to-power solutions
  • Sto­rage tanks (cryo­ge­nic technologies)
  • Jet­ties and sin­gle point moo­rings (SPMs)
  • Moo­ring and bert­hing solutions
Get in touch

Michael Gyorfi, P.Eng.

Phone+1 / 587 288 2600

Jaye Selin, P.Eng.

Phone+1 / 587 288 2600
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