Dragon LNG Partnered with Worley to Explore Integration of LNG and CO2 Liquefaction Processes
05.07.2024 By Tank Terminals - NEWS

May 07, 2024 [Storage Terminals Magazine]- Dragon LNG, a prominent figure in the UK’s energy security landscape and a member of the prestigious South Wales Industrial Cluster, has recently taken a significant stride towards sustainable energy solutions.


The company has awarded a contract to Worley, a global professional services company with expertise in energy, chemicals, and resources, to conduct a comprehensive feasibility study.

The study aims to explore the potential benefits of integrating LNG regasification and CO2 liquefaction processes at Dragon LNG’s facilities. This integration holds promise for enhancing operational efficiency, reducing energy consumption, carbon intensity, and the levelized cost of CO2 export, benefiting not only the Dragon site but also Haven industry companies. If feasible, the technology at Dragon would support broader collaboration with RWE Pembroke Net Zero Centre, facilitating the processing and transport of CO2 for carbon sequestration.

Key aspects of the feasibility study include evaluating technical solutions to seamlessly integrate LNG and CO2 liquefaction processes, reducing carbon intensity, and assessing economic viability.

A spokesperson for Dragon LNG expressed enthusiasm about the partnership with Worley, stating, “We are excited to collaborate with Worley on this important initiative. As a responsible energy provider, Dragon LNG is continuously seeking innovative ways to enhance our operations while minimising our environmental footprint.”

Worley’s expertise in engineering and consultancy services, particularly in the CO2 and LNG sectors, makes them an ideal partner for this endeavour. Their track record of delivering sustainability solutions aligns perfectly with Dragon LNG’s ambitious goals.

This collaboration underscores Dragon LNG’s commitment to driving sustainable practices within the energy sector. By exploring the integration of LNG regasification and CO2 liquefaction processes, the company aims to pave the way for a cleaner, more efficient energy future, with the ambition of achieving a net zero terminal by 2029.


Free Trial: Access 13,300 Tank Terminal and Production Facilities

13,300 tank storage and production facilities as per the date of this article. Click on the button and register to get instant access to actionable tank storage industry data

Wood Bags Six-Year Contract on Shell’s Prelude Facility
07.12.2024 - NEWS
July 12, 2024 [Yahoo Finance]- Shell has awarded a six-year contract to engineering company Woo... Read More
Malaysia’s Bintulu LNG Plant to Get First Supplies from Jerun Gas Field
07.12.2024 - NEWS
July 12, 2024 [LNG Prime]- Malaysia’s giant Bintulu LNG plant, operated by Petronas, will soon ... Read More
Rubis Terminal Rebrands as Tepsa, Building on Legacy and Embracing Evolution
07.12.2024 - NEWS
July 12, 2024 [Storage Terminals Magazine]- Rubis Terminal is excited to announce a strategic reb... Read More
Adnoc Awards Abu Dhabi Airport Tank Farm Project
07.11.2024 - NEWS
July 11, 2024 [MEED]- Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) has awarded the main engineering, pr... Read More