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FLNG still to lead a revolution

WITH a number of African floating LNG projects back on the agenda, many are wondering if FLNG will still have its day in the sun after it was declared dead, and according to RISC principal advisor Martin Wilkes the answer is an emphatic “probably”. Haydn Black | 13 June 2017 Speaking in Perth recently, updating […]

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FLNG, Still a Nice Niche? – A presentation by Principal Advisor Martin Wilkes

RISC’s Principal Advisor Martin Wilkes presented at this years’ APPEA Conference which was held in Perth earlier this month. His presentation ‘FLNG, Still nice Niche?’ explores the space for FLNG in the development arena and the opportunities and challenges for Australian producers, as well as LNG dynamics and the possible future for FLNG. To view […]

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Enjoy Oz FLNG while it lasts: RISC

Enjoy Oz FLNG while it lasts: RISC Wednesday, 5 October 2016 Anthony Barich WITH floating LNG developments struggling to get off the ground amid low oil prices, Shell’s Prelude could be the first and last of its kind in Australia, a RISC Advisory expert has told Energy News. There has been significant interest in FLNG […]

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