Mg flng welcome 2010 mar

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Inaugural Speech & presentation as Chairperson for FLNG Forum held in China in 2010

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Mg flng welcome 2010 mar

  1. 1. WELCOME TO FLNG FORUM 2010:24 MARCHPRESENTED BY MUKES GUPTA – MD CANADOIL ENGINEERING © 2010 Canadoil Group  © MG www.canadoilgroup.com
  2. 2. WHY CHINA IS SUCH AN IMPORTANT PLACE TO ORGANIZE THIS FORUM! REMEMBERZHENG HE SAILED FROM CHINA TO SOUTHPACIFIC, INDIAN OCEAN, AFRICA, PERSIANGULF IN 7 EPIC VOYAGE FROM 1405 TO 1433(SOME 80 YEARS BEFORE COLUMBUS VOYAGE)CONSTRUCTED SOME OF THE LARGEST SHIPSIN NANJING – 3 SHIPYARDS STILL EXIST!
  3. 3. ZHENG HE’S TREASURE SHIP WAS 400 FT LONG AS COMPARED TO COLUMBUS’S 85 FT!
  4. 4. WHY CHINA CAN BECOME WORLD LEADER IN THE FLNG BUSINESS! LABOR WORK FORCE – NEED MILLIONS OFMANHOURS OF WORK TO BUILD FLNG COST OF LABOR IN CHINA MANY TIMESLESS AS COMPARED TO EUROPE / USA NEED LARGE SHIPYARDS NEED LARGE CONSUMER DEMAND TOINVEST , NEED LARGE RESOURCES MATERIAL,STEEL, MONEY, MANAGEMENT & MAINLYMANPOWER NEED GROWING ECONOMY WITH FUNDSWILLING TO INVEST
  5. 5. CURRENT SCENARIO………LNG MARKET PERSPECTIVE SEVERAL NEW LNG TERMINALS WILL START BETWEEN NOW AND 2012 BUT MANY PROPOSED LNG PRODUCTION CAPACITY IS NOT LIKELY TO MATERIALIZE LACK OF INVESTMENT IN NEW LNG PRODUCTION DUE TO ESCALATING PLANT COST AND FINANCIAL MELTDOWN SHORTAGE OF LARGE GAS FIELDS NEAR SHORE & LACK OF SUITABLE PLANT SITE LEADING LNG PRODUCING NATIONS HV DECLARED MORATORIUM TO USE FOR DOMESTIC PURPOSE ONLY OPERATION OF CURRENT LNG CARRIERS ARE AT RECORD LEVELS INCREASING DEMAND FOR LNG & SHORTAGE OF GAS LIKELY TYP. US LNG IMPORT FORECAST….. SHORTFALL OF 150 MILLION TPY OF LNG EXPECTED BY 2012 WORLDWIDE THERE ARE SEVERAL HUNDREDS “STRANDED” NAT STRANDED GAS FIELDS IN THE WORLD TO SUPPORT 1MTPY LNG PLANT FOR NEXT 10 YEARS OR MORE 100’S OF PROSPECTIVE FLNG PLANTS IN RANGE OF 1 MTPY IDENTIFIED EACH PLANT WILL BE 2 to 3 BILLION $+ INVESTMENT $ HENCE MORE THEN 100 BILLION $ INVESTMENT EXPECTED
  6. 6. ISSUES FOR FLNG…….There are a number of issues that need to be carefully examined when considering a floating LNG facilitya floating LNG facility• Location & sea condition• Survival in storm conditions• Ensuring smooth facility operation in motion & rough sea E i h f ili i i i & h• Suitable sites having available large quantity of Gas which can be trapped subsea• Availability of skilled manpower to build & operate, material and equipments / package modules suitable for operation in marine environment, suppliers, Certifying agency…..  y g• Whether we really need such huge FLNG terminals or whether a smaller version can be more productive and economical• Access for export / import vessels (tugs & pilotage)• Type of plant, liquefaction / regasification• Type of plant liquefaction / regasification• Type of vessel & containment• Mooring of the facility• Method of transfer of cargo M th d f t f f• Deck congestion
  7. 7. DIFFERENT PARTNERSHIP POSSIBLE RELATED TO FLNG – NEEDS A STRATEGY & VISION TO DEVELOP A SUCCESSFUL PROJECT BENEFITING ALL STAKEHOLDERS (A) (B) (C) (D) GAS SUPPLIER GAS TRADING CO. CO LNG SHIPPING CO CO. LNG BUYER (J) (E) (H) LIQUEFACTION ANDSHIP BUILDER (YARD) STORAGE SERVICE LNG USER (POWER ( PLANT COMPANY) Leasing arrangement  (K) (G) (daily rate basis) (d il b i) (I) LIQUEFACTION PLANT OPERATING COMPANY MODULE SUPPLIER OWNER (L) (F) EPCIC contract – LumpSum  pOTHER CONTRACTOR TurnKey (LSTK) LIQUEFACTION PLANT & SUPPLIER EPC CONTRACTOR
  8. 8. SIMPLIFIED LNG PROCESS BLOCK DIAGRAM (TYPICAL) ( )
  9. 9. TYPICAL ONSHORE LNG PLANT SCHEME…….CASE STUDY
  10. 10. CURRENT ATTEMPT OF GIANT FLNG CONCEPT HAS SOME RISK!
  11. 11. QQATAR GAS OFFSHORE & AMINE FILTERATION MODULE……CASE STUDY
  12. 12. TEMPORARY FLARE PACKAGE SUITABLE TO FIT & USE ON 3 DIFF PLATFORMS
  13. 13. ASSEMBLY OF MODULES……MODULARIZATION IDEASDESIGNING GAS/ LNG FACILITIES FOR LOCATION ON FLOATER……AMINE SWEETENING MODULE
  14. 14. ONSHORE PLANT CONVERTED TO MODULE TO BE SHIPPED…….CASE STUDY
  15. 15. WEIGHT REDUCTION ANALYSIS & OPTIMIZATION OF MODULES FOR OFFSHOREPLATFORM ………..CASE STUDY ZORA PLATFORM
  16. 16. WEIGHT REDUCTION ON THE OFFSHORE ..…..CASE STUDY ZORA PLATFORM
  17. 17. IDEA OF FLOATING GAS TO LIQUID PLANT TO AVOID ENERGY WASTE IN QLIQUEFACTION & REGASSIFICATION
  18. 18. LET FLNG PROVIDE SAFE AND ADEQUATE ENERGY TO MASSES AT LOW COST FCNG FLOATING POWER PLANT FLOATING PIPE TO CARRY CNG COPY RIGHT  2010 ©………….  MUKESG@CANADOILENGINEERING.NETUse of LNG helps in reducing Carbon footprint and save environment!
  19. 19. LET US BEGIN THE FLNG FORUM WITH A PRAYER! SINCE 1000’S OF YEARS, IT IS CUSTOMARY TO BEGIN SUCH GATHERING BY INVOKING A PRAYER & BLESSING. IN THIS PRAYER WE SEEK LORD’S BLESSINGS FOR A GROUP STUDY THAT IS FREE LORD S OF OBSTACLES CARRIED OUT WITH HEALTHY MIND & BODY WITH CONCENTRATION IN A CONDUCIVE ENVIRONMENT WITH EASY COMMUNICATION FREE OF ARGUMENTS & HATRED. OM PEACE PEACE PEACE
  20. 20. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS (PHOTOGRAPHS; ARTICLES & PRESENTATION….)· ABS· Shell· FPC· Technip· FlexLNG· QG· ConocoPhillips· Saipem· DNV· Aker· Waller Marine· EnerSea Votrans· E & P (Brian)· Asim Deshpande & Michael Economides· CE & CG Team (Bill / Milind) & others

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