In an interview with SmartBrief, Kyle Haberberger, process engineer at Black & Veatch, underscored the potential of floating liquefaction projects to upend the liquefied natural gas industry because they have a smaller size, are cheaper to build, can get access to financing more easily and have offtake capacity that is more manageable. Black & Veatch was part of a recent effort to turn Golar LNG's Hilli Episeyo into the world's first converted floating liquefaction vessel.
Black & Veatch's Haberberger: Floating could revolutionize LNG industry
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