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Offshore LNG Import Terminals May Allay Concerns of Local Residents

Reuters offers an analysis of the relative benefits of building LNG import infrastructure offshore compared with onshore facilities. The piece cites Excelerate Energy chief executive Rob Bryngelson who said that an offshore LNG facility “doesn’t tie up c
October 23, 2007

Reuters offers an analysis of the relative benefits of building LNG import infrastructure offshore compared with onshore facilities. The piece cites Excelerate Energy chief executive Rob Bryngelson who said that an offshore LNG facility “doesn’t tie up coastal land, you put infrastructure away from people, and you take a security risk out of ports and away from communities.” However, the article also notes several disadvantages to offshore regasification systems, including a lack of access to storage, few ships capable of onboard regasification, and environmental concerns.

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