Small-scale LNG storage, regasification and power projects are emerging as an essential piece in the puzzle facing the global gas industry, which is hungry to open new markets and expand its existing footprint. If liquefying and transporting ever-greater volumes of LNG represents one half of the picture, the ability of buyers large and small to easily and efficiently receive, hold and consume those cargoes is the other.
Finnish energy engineering and EPC firm Wartsila is one of the players operating at the cutting edge of innovation that could help usher in the LNG demand the global hydrocarbons industry is banking on. In this interview – the third piece in our ongoing series on small-scale technologies – LNG Business Review shifts focus further downstream and speaks to Wartsila LNG sales and marketing director, Kenneth Engblom, about the next generation of hardware starting to appear on the scene, including unmanned regas barges, dual-fuel ships and hybrid power plants that combine fossil fuels, renewables and batteries in a single package.
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