Buried, subsea line advanced as LNG alternative

11/14/2005
The large number of proposed LNG projects currently vying for public and governmental approval on a global basis has led to an increased focus on associated safety, economic, environmental, and aesthetic issues. LNG project teams will consider designing LNG terminals using subsea or buried onshore LNG pipelines in an effort to offer safe, robust, cost-effective, and environmentally and visually appealing alternatives to more traditional technology. AMEC Paragon used this approach for the Camisea LPG export terminal offshore Peru. Using InTerPipe’s (ITP) subsea cryogenic pipeline system, AMEC Paragon proposed a marine export terminal design that allowed the client (Pluspetrol SA, Bue...
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