November 22, 2010 09:08 ET

Floating LNG Is Emerging as New Investment Destination for Oil & Gas Companies

ROCKVILLE, MD--(Marketwire - November 22, 2010) - has announced the addition of LNGReports's new report "Global FLNG (Floating LNG) Development and Outlook to 2015- The new investment Destination," to their collection of Energy market reports. For more information, visit

Floating Liquefied Natural Gas (FLNG) business has been witnessing a rapid growth since 2005 and has now emerged as one of the leading destinations for most of the oil and gas companies. Building on its strategic advantages of low cost, low price and ability to capitalize stranded reserves, most companies and countries are opting for FLNG. Latest developments in the technology are leading to construction of a large number of fleets (or barges) that can sail (or be towed) to offshore gas discoveries, extract gas, liquefy it and offload the LNG to tankers for shipping to end-markets.

To ensure that the LNG companies don't fall behind in the race to invest in FLNG and to ensure that their investments are diverted to right locations, LNGReports have come up with a brand new report on FLNG -- "Global FLNG (Floating LNG) Development and Outlook to 2015- The new investment Destination."

In addition to introducing you to different technologies, different FLNG facilities and components, the report allows you to identify the prospects of market through planned investments and capacity outlooks. The report enables you to identify key markets, companies, technologies and facilities being used in global and regional FLNG industry. The report is designed in a user friendly style and assumes the reader doesn't have a prior knowledge of FLNG technologies and concepts.

The report provides:

  • An in-depth introduction to FLNG and micro, macro economic drivers for FLNG industry
  • Description of all prospective developments over 2010 to 2015 on a country to country basis for 11 countries
  • Detailed information on all the 23 active and planned floating LNG terminals including operator, ownership, construction cost and period, capacity, location and expected commencement date
  • 10 key operating and constructing companies along with their FLNG operation and market structures are discussed in detail

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