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wärtsilä technical journal 02.

2012

Regasification modules for onboard
applications offer multiple benefits
Authors: Per helge Madsen, Business Development Manager, LNG
tore Lunde, Director, Gas Solutions

Wärtsilä Oil & Gas Systems (formerly
Hamworthy Oil & Gas Systems AS)
regasification modules are designed for
use on Floating Storage and Regasification
Units (FSRUs) and Shuttle and
Regasification Vessels (SRVs).
Demand for new LNG (liquid natural gas)
importation projects is firm, particularly in
developing economies. Historically, LNG has
been transferred to shore-based terminals
for storage in tanks, and then regasification
and pressurizing with vaporizing equipment
before being delivered to the distribution
networks . Rapidly growing needs for LNG
have, however, resulted in the development
of solutions during the last ten years that are
faster and that reduce time, and therefore
costs. Placing regasification (regas)
equipment onboard allows high-pressure
gas to be delivered to land-based networks,
either via a floating buoy and submerged
pipeline system from an offshore location,
or via loading arms on a jetty. Compared to

onshore regas facilities, both SRVs and FSRUs
offer flexible solutions with a short time
from investment decision to start-up.
As such, they represent a fast-track way of
opening energy markets to natural gas,
thereby increasing supply diversity, reducing
costs and offering environmental benefits.

Five years of progress
The history of regasification technology
within Wärtsilä Oil & Gas Systems is
relatively short. A test facility was developed
as a joint investment project with Norwegian
ship owner Leif Høegh & Co in 2006-2007.
Located at Kollsnes in Norway, it was a
smaller scale version (approximately 1:1000)
than the commercial plants subsequently
delivered. Both propane-based and steambased regas solutions, which are described
later in this article, were successfully proven
and demonstrated to potential customers
from all over the world.
Regas equipment was delivered in
2008-2009 for the Neptune and Cape Anne,

the two SRVs being used in the GDF SUEZ
Neptune project in the USA. This steambased solution began operating in 2010.
Located 10 miles off the coast of
Massachusetts, the Neptune deepwater port
project was designed to meet New England’s
growing demand for natural gas.
Golar LNG’s Golar Winter, part of the
Petrobras VT1 project in Guanabara Bay,
Rio de Janeiro, was started up in 2009 and
has now operated successfully for almost
three years. Employing a propane-based
regas system, the Golar Winter is capable of
supplying gas in quantities sufficient to
generate a major proportion of the electrical
energy required by Rio de Janeiro.
Golar LNG’s Golar Freeze is part of the
Shell/DUSUP project in Dubai. A propanebased system with one suction drum and
three regas process trains, it began operating
in 2010 and is designed to supply gas for
generating the electrical power required by
air-conditioning systems during the summer
months.
Common to all of these projects –
Neptune, the Golar Winter and Golar Freeze
- were complications resulting from the
regas system components being delivered
on separate skids and the interconnection
work being carried out by shipyards.
Developments in 2009-2010 included
an improved and patented propane-based
regas solution. This incorporates all seawater
heating via semi-welded plate
heat-exchangers that are easy to clean, and
a patented recondenser system for
recovering boil-off gas. To avoid the
interconnection problems, it was decided
that equipment should be delivered as
complete modules, thereby eliminating the
requirement for interconnection work by
shipyards and reducing the time required
for hook-up to vessel or jetty. Two systems
have been recently delivered with these
improvements: Golar Khannur for West
Java, and Petronas JRU for Melaka.

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SRVS or FSRUs . equipment that was previously located on land must be redesigned to accommodate the unpredictable motion of a seagoing vessel.[  marine / in detail ]  [ marine / in detail ] Klaipedos Høegh Boston Neptune Cape Anne Dubai Golar Freeze Suction drum LNG from cargo tanks Regas skid PECEM Golar Winter Regas skid Regas skid NG toLampung shore Høegh GARGO TANKS Melaka Petronas JRU West Java Golar Khannur Chile Colbun project. such as that shown in Figure 2 installed on a conventional LNG carrier.000 MMscf/d). This is because a steam system requires the burning of fuel at a rate equivalent to some 2. Also.presents a new set of challenges in terms of both equipment size and integration into the vessel’s existing systems. Each train typically has an output of 40-210 tons/h. Systems that use seawater as a source of heat to vaporise LNG are more economical than systems which use steam. usually at a pressure of approximately 5 bar. Typical deliveries consist of systems that use either steam or seawater for heating and regasifying the LNG. 1 – Wärtsilä Oil & Gas Systems - projects delivered and under construction. will have a total export capacity in the range 170-840 tons/h (200-1. and also as a gas separator to handle gas and liquid returned from the regas trains   Fig. In addition to the six systems already delivered. A typical system. i. Wärtsilä Oil & Gas Systems is currently executing orders for three more. The company has supplied about half of the floating regas units now in operation around the world (see Figure 1).  Suction drum LNG from cargo tanks Regas skid Regas skid GARGO TANKS Regas skid NG to shore . The choice of heating media usually depends on local regulations and the prevailing climate in the vessel’s operational location. 2 – Typical ship configuration comprising three regas trains and one suction drum. The energy requirement 32 in detail in a seawater based system is far less as energy is needed only for the pumps. at a temperature below its boiling point at the current pressure. and complete systems comprise several trains with one or more providing redundant capacity. Høegh LNG   Fig.e. The suction drum acts as a buffer tank. Delivery pressures are in the range of 30-130 bar and depend on the pressure in the receiving grid. Dedicated pumps in the cargo tank supply LNG to the suction drum. Heating with an intermediate fluid is utilised in both steam-based and seawaterbased systems.5% of the amount of LNG produced. These systems are described in detail on page 32. Expanding LNG carrier functionality Adding regas systems to LNG carriers .

5 tons of each 100 tons of LNG processed will be used for these purposes. the CO2 emissions that result from onboard power and steam production are significant (see Table 1 for a system comparison).wärtsilä technical journal 02.120 bar) natural gas. Each of the Golar Khannur’s three process trains can process 200 tons/h. the patented boil-off gas recondenser on each train has a capacity of 24 tons/h. and it was delivered as a single 22*20*12-metre module with a dry weight of 25*18*12-metre weight 720 tonnes. Both the Golar Winter and Golar Freeze are equipped with three regas trains. In Indonesia. the seawater-propane regas unit on Golar LNG’s Golar Khannur FSRU. the de-staged pumps can be replaced with full-pressure pumps if the vessel is relocated at a future date. making locating them easier.2012 during certain modes of operation.   Table 1 – Comparison of propane-seawater and steam-water-glycol systems. with start-up scheduled for September 2012. the Golar Winter is a membranetank-type FSRU whose initial location was Guanabara Bay. As the heating medium is at a high temperature. Each regas train has a capacity of 210 tons LNG/h and a target send-out pressure of 46-120 bar.000 190. The patented boil-off gas recondenser on each train has a capacity of 6 tons/h. the three trains on the JRU each have a processing capacity of 221 tons/h (3 x 50%) and the system has a maximum export capacity of 500 MMscf/d at 70 bar. The pressure of 5 bar means that LNG fed to the trains from the suction drum is a subcooled liquid.000) when unloading a 150K LNG carrier. The Golar Winter system can deliver gas at pressures of up to 105 bar. The Golar Freeze is a spherical-tank-type FSRU on charter to Shell/DUSUP and located in Dubai. Neptune consists of two membrane-tank-type SRVs. US Coastguard policy for the area meant that it required a solution where seawater could not be used as a source of heat. In the regas trains. 32x20x13-metre module with a dry weight of 945 tonnes. an offshore terminal with two buoys.000 Module budget price 1. Current projects Two of the new and improved systems have recently been delivered to Indonesia and Malaysia. Both vessels are equipped with three regas trains located in front of the trunk behind a large wavebreaker. The reason for the size being larger than that of the Khannur is the large recondensing capacity on JRU. Also using seawater-propane technology. Because the Dubai grid has a low maximum pressure and lower pump pressures save energy.000 0 Electrical power required (MW) 8 8 Steam demand (tons/h at 25 bar) 0 33-230 Fuel cost to unload 150K vessel* (EUR) 24. Delivered as a single-lift. was successfully started up this summer. The drawbacks with steam-based systems are both economical and environmental. the heat exchangers are compact and the regas trains have a small footprint and low weight. even though LNG is a relatively-clean power source. the LNG is pressurised in multi-stage centrifugal pumps and then regasified in the vaporisers. part of the PT Nusantara Regas project in Jakarta. each with a processing capacity of approximately 230 tons/h.000 in fuel costs (EUR 24. the propane-seawater version does not require steam. which means that each train can supply 50% of the system’s maximum capacity. and the whole system has a send-out capacity of 500 MMscf/d. On charter to Petrobras. As the remainder of the Golar Freeze regas system is designed to operate at up to 105 bar. larger (26x18x10 m versus 20x16x10 m) and the initial investment required is 15% higher. approximately 2. in detail 33 . From an environmental perspective. so there is a consequent saving of EUR 166. the Jetty Regasification Unit (JRU) for the Petronas Gas Berhad project at Melaka Jetty was delivered in January 2012. The suction drum is located on the trunk deck close to the regas trains. steam for the vaporisers. In Malaysia. Steam-based systems Seawater heating using propane as the intermediate medium The steam-heated regas system delivered to the Neptune project by Wärtsilä Oil & Gas Systems uses a water-glycol mixture as the intermediate medium. It is a “3 x 50%” system.  Propane-seawater Steam-water-glycol Weight (tons) 700 600 Dimensions (LxWxH) (m) 26x18x10 20x16x10 Seawater used (m3 at 7C dT) 15. All three trains can be operated simultaneously if required. and pipelines to shore. Two of the three trains can be operated simultaneously giving a total capacity of some 460 tons/h. send-out pressure 105 bar The propane-seawater module is heavier (700 tons) than the steam-water-glycol version (600 tons). It will eventually be moved to the PECEM terminal close to Fortaleza in northern Brazil. the LNG pumps in the Golar Freeze were delivered de-staged with a delivery pressure of approximately 70 bar. The output of each train is high-pressure (35 .000 instead of EUR 190. The main benefit offered by steam-based systems is the fact that the equipment is relatively small. and three new regas projects using equipment delivered by Wärtsilä Oil & Gas Systems are currently ongoing. While the electrical power required by both modules is the same at 8 MW. From an economic perspective.15 X X * Fuel cost based on the LNG consumed in generating electricity and producing steam (LNG price USD 5 per million Btu) Typical data for modules with three 230 tons/h trains. if LNG is used to produce power for the trains and Seawater-heated regas systems that use propane as the intermediate medium have been supplied by Wärtsilä Oil & Gas Systems for two Golar LNG vessels: the Golar Winter and Golar Freeze.

a choice of heating sources: steam/seawater/combined. LNG pumps Seawater in PCHE B LNG in S&T A1 NG out Shell & Tube H Propane tank G1 Propane G2 evaporators E A2 Propane pump Seawater Former solution Direct seawater S&T trim heater Fig. The third delivery for Høegh LNG will go to a FSRU sponsored by Colbún S. impossible. natural gas leaving the first propaneLNG heater is superheated in a shell-and-tube heat exchanger with seawater to provide the required heat (Figure 3). Opening them up for cleaning and removing marine growth resulting from the use of seawater is. In Wärtsilä Oil & Gas Systems’ new patented system. Start-up of this project is scheduled for late 2014. then sent to a printed circuit heat exchanger (PCHE) that superheats the natural gas (Figure 4). The PGN Lampang project has three 112 tons/h trains (3 x 33%) and a maximum send-out capacity of 380 MMscf/d. All heating using seawater is therefore carried out using semi-welded plate heat exchangers that can be opened and cleaned on the seawater side to remove marine growth. easy operation. Customers benefit in many ways The modular regas units offered by Wärtsilä Oil & Gas Systems offer a simple and uncomplicated vessel interface. Propane in its liquid state is heated with seawater in a semiwelded plate heat exchanger. Wärtsilä Oil & Gas Systems is also supplying Høegh LNG with regas modules for three FSRU newbuildings. All Wärtsilä Oil & Gas Systems’ current projects feature the company’s improved and patented seawater-propane solution and patented boil-off gas recondenser solution. the propane passes through two stages. 25x18x13-metre module with a dry weight of 700 tonnes. to the seawater-heated vaporisers that produce propane gas for the first-stage LNGpropane heater. 3 – Propane system using direct seawater shell-and-tube heaters . The KlaipedosNafta project in Lithuania. LNG pumps Seawater in PCHE B LNG in C NG out A1 H Propane tank G1 G2 D E A2 F Propane pump Seawater out New solution All seawater heating with plate heat exchangers Fig.A. and AES Gener S. and quick ramp-up/ramp-down. a small number of connections for rapid hook-up (see Figure 8). will be delivered as a single-lift. comprising four 115 tons/h trains (4 x 33%) 34 in detail with a maximum send-out capacity of 390 MMscf/d. All three will be equipped with seawater-propane systems. Propane leaving the PCHE is then expanded through a pressure-control valve before being sent. 20x18x13-metre module with a dry weight of 535 tonnes. in Chile.A. Typical delivery times are 12-16 months. The compact equipment design has a small footprint and the use of . in a similar way to first-generation propane systems.[  marine / in detail ]  [ marine / in detail ] Wärtsilä Oil & Gas Systems’ improved and patented propane-based system In first-generation propanebased systems. the heat exchangers have to be of fully-welded construction. It will be delivered as a single-lift. As the natural gas is at high pressure. 4 – New and improved two-stage propane loop (patented). therefore.

2012 Gas out Pressure Gas in Vaporiser Unit 1 Wärtsilä Oil & Gas Systems’ improved and patented boil-off gas recondenser system NG out In conventional systems (Figure 5). As the compressed boil-off gas is typically at a temperature between zero and -60°C. then using internal contact with the LNG contained in the drum to condense it. 5 – Conventional method of recovering (recondensing) boil-off gas. As well as allowing significant quantities of heat to be passed to the high-pressure LNG that will anyway be heated. in detail 35 . boil-off gas is precooled to the condensing temperature in printed heat exchangers (BOG coolers) on the high-pressure side of the regas system (Figure 6). Figure 7 is the corresponding log PH diagram. the total quantity of boiloff gas that can be recondensed in the suction drum is approximately doubled as it now enters the drum at its condensing temperature. Gas out Pressure Gas in Vaporiser Unit 1 A1 BOG compressor B1 Suction drum/ Recondens LNG in BOG from cargo LNG from cargo A2 A3 NG out Vaporiser Unit 2 NG out Vaporiser Unit 3 NG out B2 B3 Fig. boil-off gas (BOG) is usually recovered by compressing it and sending it to the suction drum. 7 – A log PH diagram for Wärtsilä Oil & Gas Systems’ improved and patented boil-off gas recondenser system. A1 Suction drum/ Recondens BOG compressor NG out Vaporiser Unit 3 NG out A2 LNG in BOG from cargo Vaporiser Unit 2 LNGfrom cargo A3 Fig.wärtsilä technical journal 02. cooling it to its condensing temperature and then condensing it adds significant quantities of energy to the LNG in the suction drum. Gas out Pressure BOG compressor Gas in Vaporiser Unit 1 A1 B1 A2 B2 A3 B3 Suction drum/ Recondens LNG in BOG from cargo LNG from cargo NG out Vaporiser Unit 2 NG out Vaporiser Unit 3 NG out Fig. 6 – Wärtsilä Oil & Gas Systems’ improved and patented boil-off gas recondenser system. and can raise it to saturation temperature. In Wärtsilä Oil & Gas Systems’ improved and patented recondenser system.

. Gas to Vent mast from safety valves Future synergies While the regas units supplied by Wärtsilä Oil & Gas Systems offer significant benefits as stand-alone systems. a simple direct ethylene glycol-based regas system using elements of the existing steam-based system is probably the best choice. a propane-based solution which uses heat from other sources can be employed. In such cases. boil-off gas compressors.[  marine / in detail ]  [ marine / in detail ] propane as the intermediate medium eliminates the possibility that the seawater employed will freeze during operation. In cases where all the heat required for regasification can be supplied from exhaust gas. the regas equipment can be a part of the total EPC contract. Fig. An EPC solution of this type could in fact constitute a complete combined gas importation terminal and power generation facility. The ability to deliver a total scope facility of this type and scale represents a significant competitive edge. combining them with equipment supplied by Wärtsilä Power Plants allows ‘total scope’ technical and commercial solutions to be offered for both onshore projects and offshore applications such as power barges. and will be project specific) Pneumatic air supply 2" Seawater in 40" CS150 N2 supply 2" SS150 Fig. and contracts of this type can also involve supplying gas for a pipeline system. part of the PT Nusantara Regas project in Jakarta. regasification system. 8 – The regas modules supplied by Wärtsilä Oil & Gas Systems feature an uncomplicated vessel interface and rapid hook-up. this can be used in the regasification process. 9 – Regasification module for Golar LNG’s Golar Khannur FSRU.6 KV cable Propane LNG in 14” SS150 BOG in 8” SS150 Module Connections NG to shore 16” SS900 SS150 SS900 (piping sizes are typical. image above and below. Also. Waste energy from the power plant would be used in the regasification system. comprising LNG storage tanks. Procurement and Commissioning contract for the whole terminal). In cases where the amount of heat that can be obtained from exhaust gases is insufficient. Wärtsilä already supplies EPC power systems (EPC=total Engineering.6 KV cable LNG pumps Cable Multicable from cabinet 6. a 400 MW (or higher output) Wärtsilä power plant and all the required automation and control facilities. an import jetty. as exhaust gases from the engines in a Wärtsilä power plant contain a lot of heat energy. 36 in detail LNG drain 2” SS150 Gas to vapour header 10” SS150 Seawater out 40” CS150 6. pipework.

Each unit has one or more booster pumps installed in canisters and is designed for sendout pressures of up to 130 bar. The natural gas is then sent to the export manifold. PCHEs can handle several process streams and their design can incorporate additional functions such as chemical reactions. Similar modular regas plants are available for jetty installation. LNG is heated using propane in a closed-loop system with the heat being provided by seawater. Main advantages of the Wärtsiläs systems ■ Reliable methods of regasifying LNG with low risks of freezing in the system ■ Proven equipment with extensive references. Liquefied natural gas.e. Cooling natural gas to approximately -160°C at atmospheric pressure turns it into LNG and also reduces its volume by some 600 times. training and operational support is available. vaporised. making the long-distance transportation of large quantities an economic proposition. LNG is transferred to the FSRU from LNG carriers. The company’s scope of supply includes the delivery and commissioning of floating LNG regas plants based on either closed-loop technology using steam with water-glycol as the intermediate heating medium. More recently. FRPU Floating Regasification and Power Unit: vessel or barge equipped with both a regas module and power-generation equipment. in detail 37 . With pressure capabilities exceeding 600 bar. PCHE Printed Circuit Heat Exchanger: diffusionbonded heat exchangers that are 4-6 times smaller than conventional shell-and-tube heat exchangers of equivalent duty. Cascade propane-seawater regasification systems In cascade regasification systems. robustness and operational flexibility.the brief overlap between one shuttle arriving and the other departing allows a continuous flow of highpressure natural gas to be sent out. i. or open-loop technology using seawater with propane as the intermediate heating medium. solutions of this type allow much shorter construction schedules.2012 Wärtsilä Oil & Gas Systems – LNG regasification solutions Abbreviations Wärtsilä Oil & Gas Systems is a leading supplier of technology and topsides for floating LNG regasification (regas) facilities. installation and start-up. FSRU Floating Storage and Regasification Unit: a stationary vessel fitted with regas equipment capable of storing large quantities of LNG (often a former LNG carrier). SRVs work in pairs using separate mooring buoys . In addition to pre-contract studies. and compared to traditional shore-based LNG regas terminal projects. In situations where the seawater is too cold to supply the required amounts of heat. a complete spectrum of services for maintenance. cost-efficient. Solutions are available either as multi-skid deliveries. its temperature can be raised using any available source of heat. safe solution Wärtsilä Oil & Gas Systems AS (formerly Hamworthy Oil & Gas Systems AS) has 50 years of experience in supplying recondensing and cargohandling systems to the LPG and marine sectors. mass transfer and mixing. then sent to a land-based network from an offshore mooring point or via jetty-based loading arms. ■ Operational flexibility with regards to send-out pressure and capacity ■ Compact units ■ Short project implementation schedule ■ Environmentally sound. or as complete turnkey and single-lift topside modules. A HAZID analysis carried out in cooperation with DNV concluded that cascade systems are safer than purely seawater-based systems. SRV Shuttle Regasification Vessel: a ship which transports LNG in large quantities and also uses its onboard regas equipment to vaporise the LNG before sending it to a landbased network. engineering. Hamworthy used its experience in cryogenic and marine installations to enter the LNG sector. The Wärtsilä Oil & Gas Systems portfolio of LNG regas technologies represents a mature industry benchmark in terms of energy efficiency. LNG Steam-heated regasification systems Systems of this type can be used in areas where regulations prevent the use of heat from seawater to vaporise the LNG. natural gas in its liquid state. they can cope with temperatures ranging from cryogenic to 900°C. A total of 35 LNG reliquefaction systems for LNG carriers and four shore-based LNG liquefaction plants have now been supplied. JRU Jetty Regasification Unit: a shore-based regas unit located on a jetty.wärtsilä technical journal 02.usually a barge equipped with a regas module. FRU Floating Regasification Unit: . Propane is a satisfactory intermediate fluid because of its thermodynamic properties (it has a lower freezing point than LNG). Single units can achieve thermal efficiencies of more than 98%. The cascade concept is preferable to arrangements that directly exchange heat with seawater as the latter can increase the risk of the seawater freezing in the heat exchanger. construction. The LNG is vaporised by pumping it through a shell-and-tube heat exchanger with the heat being supplied from a water-glycol mixture heated by steam from an onboard system.

738 tonnes dry weight BOG recondenser capacity: 6 tons/h per train Petronas / Petronas Gas Berhad. 700 tonnes dry weight BOG recondenser capacity: 5 tons/h per train Høegh LNG Project: Colbun. USA Petrobras. USA GDF SUEZ. Lithuania Colbún S. Dubai FSRU side-by-side LNG transfer system Start up October 2010 Seawater-propane: three 229 tons/h trains (3x50%) Send-out pressure and capacity: 63 bar (destaged from 103 bar) Project: PT Nusantara Regas.Regasification projects Project Type Owner Delivery Capacity GDF SUEZ. & AES Gener S.. Lithuania FSRU newbuilding (Hyundai Heavy Industries) Start up: 2014 Seawater-propane: four 115 tons/h trains (4x33%) Send-out pressure and capacity: 65 bar / 345 tons/h (390 MMscf/d) Single-lift module: 25x18x13 m. Malaysia Project: Petronas Gas Berhad. Guanabara Bay. Rio Shell/DUSUP. Neptune. Chile FSRU newbuilding (Hyundai Heavy Industries) Start up: 2014 Seawater-propane: either three or four 115 tons/h trains Send-out pressure and capacity: to be decided BOG recondenser capacity: 5 tons/h per train .[  marine / in detail ]  [ marine / in detail ] Wärtsilä Oil & Gas Systems reference list . Neptune. Lampang KlaipedosNafta. Jakarta FSRU Golar Khannur Start up July 2011 Seawater-propane: three 220 tons/h trains (3x50%) Send-out pressure and capacity: 70 bar / 440 tons/h (500 MMscf/d) Single-lift module: 22x20x12 m. 945 tonnes dry weight BOG recondenser capacity: 24 tons/h per train Høegh LNG Project: PGN. Malaysia PGN. Neptune.A. Jakarta Petronas Gas Berhad. USA SRV Neptune start-up March 2010 Cape Ann start-up August 2010 Steam-heated water-glycol: three 210 tons/h trains Golar LNG / Golar Winter Project: Petrobras VT1. Lampang FSRU newbuilding (Hyundai Heavy Industries) Start up: 2013 Seawater-propane: three 112 tons/h trains (3x33%) Send-out pressure and capacity: 100 bar / 336 tons/h (380 MMscf/d) Single-lift module: 20x18x13 m. 535 tonnes dry weight BOG recondenser capacity: 5 tons/h per train 38 in detail Høegh LNG Project: KlaipedosNafta. Malaysia Melaka Jetty Regasification Unit Scheduled start up September 2012 Seawater-propane: three 221 tons/h trains (3x50%) Send-out pressure and capacity: 70 bar / 442 tons/h (500 MMscf/d) Single-lift module: 32x20x13 m.A. Chile SRV Neptune SHI SRV CapeAnn SHI FSRU Golar Winter FSRU Golar Freeze FSRU Golar Khannur JRU Jetty Terminal FSRU newbuilding HHI FSRU newbuilding HHI FSRU newbuilding HHI Hoegh LNG Hoegh LNG Golar LNG Golar LNG Golar LNG Petronas Hoegh LNG Hoegh LNG Hoegh LNG 2008 2009 2009 2010 2011 2012 2012 2013 2014 630 t/h 630 t/h 460 t/h 460 t/h 440 t/h 442 t/h 335 t/h 345 t/h 345 t/h Høegh LNG / Neptune & Cape Anne Project: GDF SUEZ. Rio de Janeiro FSRU Golar Winter Start-up September 2009 Seawater-propane: 105 bar / three 230 tons/h trains (3x50%) Golar LNG / Golar Freeze Project: Shell/DUSUP. Dubai PT Nusantara Regas.