Executive Viewpoint: Building the foundation for a low-emission LNG facility

J. Adams, Siemens Energy

Electric LNG (i.e., eLNG) has emerged as a powerful decarbonization pathway for LNG project stakeholders. However, the development of these facilities often presents unique technical challenges not encountered with traditional gas turbine-driven designs. One critical facet that needs to be addressed is integrating the onsite power generation unit (PGU) and the liquefaction island. Traditionally, the parties involved with the design and engineering of these facilities have operated in silos, often with different mindsets and objectives. In addition to potentially limiting opportunities for total plant decarbonization, this type of project approach increases the likelihood of encountering tec


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