A major US LNG operator has awarded Lanner a contract to supply its LNG Logistics Simulator. The customised software will enable the operator to model multiple scenarios for the expansion of its LNG export terminal in Louisiana, US.
The software will deliver independent, evidence-based decision support to the company to validate technical project assumptions and clarify the commercial and operational risks of the expansion. The technology will also enable the operator to minimise financial loss by assessing the impact of investment in infrastructure and transportation.
Steve Hemsley, Solutions Sales Director at Lanner, commented: “We’re thrilled to be working on this exciting expansion project. The LNG market is competitive and dynamic, and the industry needs solutions that can simulate the implications of decisions throughout the project lifecycle to improve operational efficiency.”
The LNG Logistics Simulator will not only help to validate the operator’s current plans (including the addition of LNG trains to the current receiving terminal) but will also allow it to recognise the implications of its associated shipping and marine operations.
Edited from press release by Angharad Lock
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquid-natural-gas/10032016/lanner-receives-lng-software-contract-410/
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