We bridge the energy distribution gap with our marine infrastructure solutions and services for loading and offloading of LNG and other fluids.Explore Jettyless LNG
Cut capital spending significantly by avoiding large river-, harbour- and coastal engineering works.
Accelerate time to first gas by enabling a speedier permit process with a floating jetty.
Our floating transfer solution is easily transportable and can be chartered to suit fluctuating market demands.
In 2017 Connect LNG and Naturgy Energy Group S.A. (then Gas Natural Fenosa) made history with the world's first transfer of LNG with the Universal Transfer System, UTS ®.
Naturgy's goal is to enable the rapid expansion of the LNG value chain to support emerging markets and developing countries where population growth has meant a vast demand increase in power.
Connect LNG was born from first-hand experience with the challenges and inefficiencies of traditional LNG offloading methods from ship to shore. Our core offerings remove the need for fixed and permanent infrastructure, such as quays, jetties, trestle structures and loading platforms.
Dredging, which is expensive and damaging to coastal areas, can be eliminated with Connect LNG’s floating jettyless transfer solution.
Connect LNG provides unique floating technology, enabled by our Universal Transfer System UTS ®. Our UTS is a cost effective and flexible alternative to CAPEX- and resource-intensive jetty constructions, simplifying project permitting applications and responding to strict environmental regulations. The UTS can be applied to a wide range of vessels and terminals, for loading and offloading, transferring LNG, LPG or any other liquid fluid.
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