Thursday, 20 April 2017 08:20

Surge in FSRUs deployment underpins decentralised power

Jetty render of J H-Energy’s FSRU at Jaigarh Port, Maharashtra Jetty render of J H-Energy’s FSRU at Jaigarh Port, Maharashtra

Steep rise in the deployment and use of new Floating Regasification and Storage Units (FSRUs) – notably in Asia and sub-Saharan Africa – will substantially increase the supply of natural gas for decentralised power generation projects worldwide. From 2019 onwards, Energy Aspects anticipates the deployment of three to four new FSRUs per year, with a combined LNG import capacity of some 12-15mtpa, as “the maximum level of uptake.”

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