Liquid Cold has materially progressed its joint study with an ASX Top 50 listed Petroleum Operator to assess a new domestic gas market.
Elvin Heng, Chief Operating Officer of Liquid Cold Australasia Pty Ltd has presented his poster titled “Critical success factors for the emerging LNG for Mining Power sector in Australia” at the 18th International Conference & Exhibition on Liquefied Natural Gas, LNG18, held in Perth, Western Australia on 11-15 April 2016.
Liquid Cold is in discussions to undertake a joint marketing study and feasibility assessment of natural gas as an engine fuel for natural gas vehicles (“NGVs”) for a major south-east Asian national petroleum operator.
Liquid Cold takes this opportunity to extend well wishes all its clients, customers and visitors for a very Happy New Year and all the very best in 2016.
Liquid Cold is actively supporting its major client, one of the largest worldwide oil and gas equipment and service suppliers, to secure a major multi-discipline engineering detailed design project for a barge mounted FLNG unit for a major North American mid-scale LNG export project.
The study results strongly suggest CNG/LNG solutions are commercially viable within the target study region, to seed and initiate discrete captive user groups with a view to later grow and extend these mobile natural gas network(s) to establish a viable domestic gas market.
Liquid Cold has delivered its proprietary training course, “LNG Fundamentals – An Introduction to LNG Regasification”, to PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (“PT PLN”) in Jakarta Indonesia.
Gastech is the world’s largest gas event that connects energy professionals from the entire natural gas and LNG supply chain in a single forum.
Liquid Cold has established a joint study group to undertake an assessment of a new domestic gas market.
Elvin Heng, Operations Manager of Liquid Cold Australasia Pty Ltd has been selected by the LNG18 Conference and Exhibition Technical Committee to present his poster titled “Critical success factors for the emerging LNG for Mining Power sector in Australia”.