We designed upgrades, modifications and interfaces to convert the terminal facilities so that LNG could be regasified using ‘waste’ heat, recovered from the CHP plant and transferred through a circulating water system.
This will reduce the LNG terminal’s fuel gas consumption by a rate equivalent to 250MW, and reduce emissions associated with combustion. We developed the design to ensure construction wouldn’t disrupt gas export.
On completion, the two plants will form a highly efficient collective energy hub. Our designs created a sustainable conversion to form an efficient energy hub.
Client: South Hook CHP