International: Floating LNG: Origins and Future Impact on the LNG Industry

Speaker: Paul Sullivan, Senior VP- Global LNG and FLNG, WorleyParsons Group
Speaker Paul Sullivan, Senior VP- Global LNG and FLNG, WorleyParsons Group
Paul is a graduate of University College Dublin and a Chartered Civil Engineer and Environmental Engineer. He has 25 years’ experience in the LNG Industry.  His career has covered construction and engineering in Europe, the Middle East, India, Korea, China, SE Asia and the Americas.   He headed up the ...

Paul is a graduate of University College Dublin and a Chartered Civil Engineer and Environmental Engineer. He has 25 years’ experience in the LNG Industry.  His career has covered construction and engineering in Europe, the Middle East, India, Korea, China, SE Asia and the Americas.  


He headed up the FEED group in BG from 1988 to 1998 and was instrumental in developing their first grassroots Liquefaction project, Atlantic LNG in Trinidad.


From 1998 to 2009 he served as the Development Director within Whessoe LNG with direct responsibility for Product and Project Development. He managed the development and delivery of LNG Import facilities in India, Europe and the Americas.


Currently he is Global Director of LNG and FLNG for Worley Parsons, responsible for the initiation, development and securing of all projects. He is supported by Global centres of LNG and FLNG excellence in London, Houston, Perth, Brisbane, Beijing, Mumbai, Singapore and Vancouver. 

Full Description

Paul Sullivan, Senior VP- Global LNG and FLNG, WorleyParsons Group, will discuss the following issues concerning FLNG:

  • The origin of the concept and its early implementation;
  • The key differences between Offshore, Nearshore and At-shore FLNG;
  • Applications and implications;
  • The competition between Onshore and At-Shore FLNG;
  • Current market constraints on new LNG developments;
  • Future of FLNG.
Organizer SPE-GCS International Study Group
The International Study Group's mission is to provide a forum for the Houston area SPE membership to share information on business practices and considerations, projects, and technological applications significant to the worldwide oil and gas industry. The ISG will collaborate with other Gulf Coast Section study groups to ensure maximum ...

The International Study Group's mission is to provide a forum for the Houston area SPE membership to share information on business practices and considerations, projects, and technological applications significant to the worldwide oil and gas industry. The ISG will collaborate with other Gulf Coast Section study groups to ensure maximum value to the section, which is located in one of the leading international centers for the industry.


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SPE-GCS ISG Chair: Barry Chovanetz at 214-477-5771 or bchovanetz@yahoo.com


or


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When?

Wed, Jul. 13, 2016
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. US/Central

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The Petroleum Club of Houston, 35th Floor, Total Plaza
1201 Louisiana Street
Houston, Texas 77002

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