New Offshore LNG Report Launches at Gastech 2012

Press Release
Tuesday, October 09, 2012

Infield Systems unveil its 'Offshore LNG Market Report to 2018' at the Gastech Expo in London.

The launch of this report at Gastech 2012 coincides with a particularly exciting time for this sector of the offshore oil and gas industry, following Shell's announcement that it has sanctioned the world's first floating LNG project, Prelude. It is widely expected that this will mark the beginning of a more widespread use of this potentially market changing technology.

Infield Systems' latest Offshore LNG report analyses the value of the sector and the drivers for floating liquefaction and offshore regasification; as well as providing a regional assessment of the market outlook and an analysis of the number of stranded gas assets worldwide that could be suitable for development using FLNG technology.

At Gastech there is also the opportunity to review the full range of Infield Systems' products and services, including: the complete range of oil and gas market sector forecast reports, proprietary oil and gas databases and the company's unique GIS mapping system.

There will also be a chance to collect free copies of Infield Systems' other published oil and gas activity maps, including: the Norwegian, Baltic & Barents Seas, Arctic Frontiers, West Africa, Gulf of Mexico and Asia Pacific.
 

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