December 2005

Special Report: Plant Design and Engineering

Are resources at the ready to build the future LNG industry?

Here are projections on likely market size and constraints facing the participants

Chevriere, J. P., Transmar Consult Inc.

In early 2004, we were approached by the senior managements of two super-majors seeking data and information about the available experienced LNG talent in the industry. These two super-majors were relatively new to the LNG industry and had concerns about the capacity of the industry to complete all the liquefaction plants, regasification terminals and LNG carriers that might be required. These corporations were also trying to recruit – through "headhunters" – experienced LNG engineers and project personnel and were having a difficult time. We told them that we did not have the data they were seeking, but that it could probably be acquired. Our answer led to a six-month global stu

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