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Traditional Jetty VS Jettyless LNG

Development of the LNG value chain is highly complex, and project developers often face several obstacles in their pursuit of realising new, or even modified, LNG import and export infrastructures.

Apart from the political and regulatory landscape, the biggest challenges are cost and time associated with the building of LNG and natural gas infrastructure.

Here we will take a deep-dive into the most traditional methods of transferring LNG from ship to shore, comparing to the field-proven floating jettyless transfer system, the UTS ®.

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UTS - Attachment system
UTS - Attachment system
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How LNG reaches its consumers

UTS - Attachment system
  1. Exploration and Production of Natural gas, onshore or offshore.
  2. Produced gas is treated and liquefied through a super-cooled process, either onshore or on an FLNG vessel.
  3. If onshore, LNG is then exported via a jetty or floating UTS to double-hulled LNGC carriers that have specially built tanks, to maintain cryogenic temperatures.
  4. LNG is then shipped to the specific destination in double-hulled ships to receiving terminals where it is offloaded via another jetty or floating UTS, and then stored in heavily insulated storage tanks onshore.
  5. The LNG is regasified through a heating process and distributed to domestic consumers – from power plants and industry parks to domestic use for heating and cooking.
UTS - top view

UTS® Technical Highlights

The UTS enables transfer of LNG between a vessel and storage facilities and is fully qualified by DNV GL.

Distance from shore
50 - 800 m

Environment
Sheltered to harsh conditions

Flowrate
100 - 2,500 m3/h

Transfer lines
Floating cryogenic hoses

LNGC size
1,000 - 266,000 m3

Design life
25 years

We have leveraged on the Standard UTS qualified design to develop solutions for large scale LNG import and export between ship & shore.

Distance from shore
50 - 800 m

Environment
Sheltered to harsh conditions

Flowrate
2,500 - 12,000 m3/h

Transfer lines
Floating cryogenic hoses

LNGC size
Up to 260,000 m3

Design life
25 years

Bunkering offshore or in ports is possible with Connect LNG's floating solutions.

Distance from shore
Up to 300 m

Environment
Sheltered conditions

Flowrate
500 - 1,000 m3/h

Transfer lines
Rigid pipe

Vessel size
All

Design life
25 years

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The road to your Jettyless infrastructure project

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to further mature the project definition.

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Our domain experts will evaluate your project parameters to ensure Jettyless is a viable and optimal solution.

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Work with us to further mature the project definition and gain access to our marine and process experts.

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Realise your infrastructure project by cutting costs and project plans.

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