LNG Industry: Abhilesh Gupta, AG&P, India, outlines how the company is seeking to address Asia’s unmet gas demand with standardised modular supply chain solutions.
February 2018: AG&P’s General Counsel Marie Antonette (Tonet) Quiogue featured in People Asia magazine
A model for female empowerment and proof that women can break that proverbial glass ceiling, writes People Asia.
January 2018: How does the market address the lack of viable supply chains of LNG in emerging economies?
Nancy Ballout, AG&P Engineering, USA, discusses LNG infrastructure and its implementation in emerging economies.
ET Energyworld : India needs an overarching policy to support its plans to increase the share of natural gas in the energy mix and replace conventional fuels for household use as well as industrial utilities, AG&P’s Abhilesh Gupta writes.
At a recent environmental forum in Nairobi, the Kenya Government reaffirmed its intention to address climate change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by using cleaner fuels and tapping into renewable energy sources, AG&P writes.
Indonesia’s best bet for a sustainable and secure energy outlook is natural gas – and that opens an opportunity for imported LNG, AG&P writes.
Pipeline Magazine sat down with Derek Thomas, Head-Advanced Research & Development AG&P during Gastech to learn about the firm's new integrated plug‐and‐play solutions for LNG supply network in Asia.
While Asia has abundant LNG supply, the region still lacks the right infrastructure and commercial arrangements to develop the necessary LNG supply networks to sustainably meet rising demand, AG&P’s Derek Thomas explains.
Derek Thomas, AG&P, USA, explains how partnerships in small scale LNG solutions will transform Indonesia.
Innovative approaches to the development of small- to mid-scale fueling infrastructure is vital for LNG to become the fuel of choice in the future, Derek Thomas, head of advanced research at AG&P told LNG Fuelling.
Standout growth series have been scarce since the global financial crisis of 2008, with resource-dependent economies further buffeted by pronounced falls in oil, gas and other commodity markets from 2014 onwards.
The combination of lower wholesale gas prices, falling equipment costs and economic growth is driving power demand in regions that are difficult to access. These are positive signs for floating LNG projects.