A growing number of countries are considering LNG import solutions, sometimes as a move towards cleanerburning fuels, but most of the time as means to develop gas fueled power plants for remote areas were a coherent centralized and stable power grid is not accessible yet. LNG based Power projects can be of any size and any budget, with leased or owned assets, on a temporary or a permanent basis.
Divided into any size of parcel, and transported by rail, barge, or truck, the LNG can also fuel a variety of industrial assets such as ovens, fertilizers, steam plants, or supply truck and car fueling stations.


Directly accessible from the Sea, LNG is also sometimes considered as an alternative, more secure source of energy, where pipeline supplies have become intermittent, or subject to political obstacles.

The inherent flexibility of the LNG for all types of Energy projects have triggered in the past decade a sustained interest in this type of liquid fuel, especially where a fast regional development is targeted.
As a consequence, a growing number of players in the Energy industries are looking for assistance in the development of LNG based solutions. With a significant track record in the development of floating LNG solutions, Marine LNG partners are answering the requests of a growing number of clients such as banks, developers, traders, operators, brokers, or insurance companies.


Our experts cover following services:




  1. Development Schedule
  2. Project Execution Plan
  3. Cost Estimate & Project Finance
  4. Technology & Concept selection – Design & constructability review
  5. Contracting strategy & preparation/evaluation of tenders
  6. Monitoring of site specific studies: geotechnical investigations, navigation simulations, wave & current modelling
  7. Supervision of Mooring and Berthing studies, or “full mission” navigation studies
  8. Environmental Impact Assessment & permitting
  9. Compliance to international & local safety standards
  10. Risk Management
  11. Capacity modelling (terminal operations & shipping): ref the “Modelling” section of the present website
  12. Development of contracts (Terminal agreement, charter of Vessels, EPC): ref the “Contracting and Project Finance” section of the present website






  1. Global leadership on technical and commercial project teams
  2. Global coherence of the development of the project, including operations
  3. Gap analysis after FEED
  4. Cost and schedule control
  5. Interface management
  6. Field supervision and inspection, including construction management