LNG Capability and Experience

At Worley, our consultants and engineers understand the entire LNG value chain, associated technologies and local requirements, and combine this expertise with a technology neutral approach.We ensure strategic viability and long-term business value for our customers' LNG terminal and regasification projects, partnering with you to minimize and manage both technical and non-technical risks across the entire lifespan of an LNG asset. We deliver cohesive engineering, procurement and construction management services for all aspects of liquefaction and regasification projects worldwide. From transportation pipelines and pre-treatment facilities to liquefaction and regasification modules and storage terminals, whether onshore or offshore, including all associated infrastructure and environmental services, regardless of throughput capacity. Our track record in LNG extends from opportunity evaluation studies through to front-end engineering design and detailed engineering, procurement and construction management for both greenfield and brownfield developments.Customer benefitsOur customers have access to our global best practices and deep local knowledge, including more than 50 years of experience delivering innovative modular solutions and a unique global procurement expertise built through our hubs in Beijing, Shanghai, Kuala Lumpur, and Singapore. This allows us to design smaller, more economical module footprints and ensure they are delivered through the best procurement and contracting philosophy and construction methodology. Our customers also benefit from our workshare system, leveraging our high-value project delivery centers to reduce costs and increase project outcome certainty by delivering the strongest team, best experience and most value to our customers' projects.Worley also provides full gas-to-power solutions, utilizing the wider capabilities of the global company. This unique combination of capabilities allows us to bring together the liquefaction and regasification plants and the downstream power plant to provide a holistic view of both technical and non-technical aspects of planning and executing these complex developments.