Gas Reserves | Natural Gas Reserves

By: Enersea Transport  09-12-2011
Keywords: Gas, Natural Gas, Liquefied Natural Gas

Smaller gas reservoirs which are not close to existing infrastructure are frequently not developed because their low volumes and/or distance to power plants or other gas consumers make them economically unviable. EnerSea’s marine CNG solution can deliver natural gas to these markets located within 3,000 kilometers of a gas supply and offers the following advantages:

  • Low-Cost Transportation – Producers can transport gas volumes using EnerSea's CNG system that would be uneconomic by subsea pipeline and too small for liquefied natural gas projects.
  • Redeployable Infrastructure – Because the bulk of the capital invested in an EnerSea CNG project is in floating assets, the system is easily redeployable and its capital cost can be amortized over multiple projects.

Keywords: Gas, Gas Reservoirs, Liquefied Natural Gas, Natural Gas

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