A unit of Sweden’s Stena said it has expanded its jetty-less LNG offering with an integrated power barge (IPB).
The IPB incorporates LNG receiving, storage, regasification and distribution, coupled with “competitive and flexible” power generation, according to a statement by Stena Power & LNG Solutions.
“The floating solution facilitates demand for 100-300MW of power generation, while opening viable and economical access to the wider distribution and utilisation of LNG,” the firm said.
Stena acquired the rights to the IPB from Blystad Energy Management, a Norwegian LNG-to-power company owned by Robert Løseth and Thomas Blystad, who both have joined Stena Power & LNG Solutions as engineering manager and commercial manager, respectively.
The barge expands Stena’s current offering of the jetty-less floating terminal, self-installing regas platform, and the self-installing power platform.
To remind, the firm has already secured a contract for its jetty-less LNG transfer and regasification solutions from Delta Offshore Energy. The latter is developing a large LNG-to-power project in Vietnam.