Whitepapers
New Benchmarking Report on Bidding, Estimating and Project Performance
6 December 2016

A recent survey on bidding & estimating best practices reveals that most estimating groups are not satisfied with their existing methods for estimating process plants and oil & gas assets. The survey of 161 estimating groups also showed that 60% seek to improve estimating accuracy, 47% want to improve estimating efficiency, and 70% are still communicating manually between engineering and estimating groups. Download this white paper for a complete summary of the survey results, and learn how some organizations are achieving measurable improvements in estimating efficiency and accuracy.

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Gas grows up, part 1: Developing new sources of LNG demand
7 April 2016

A study in the growth of liquefied natural gas. Gas has surpassed all expectations over the last few years, and in some pockets, developed great demand prospects

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The upside of capex postponement
7 April 2016

Five actions to help achieve success with major projects in energy

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Innovating in a new environment
7 April 2016

The second report in Lloyd’s Register Energy’s Oil and Gas Technology Radar research series

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Asset management: from data to decision
7 April 2016

Organisations are incessantly gathering information and data across every element of their supply chains from oil fields and pipelines to refineries, power stations and manufacturing. It has been estimated that 90% of the data in the world today has been created in the last two years alone, but it is feared that data overload is causing a barrier to the effective use of this information

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The duck curve revolution and natural gas
7 April 2016

California has become the front-runner in what may be termed the “duck curve revolution,” due to the plunge in photovoltaic panel prices over the last several years, paired with regulatory incentives to increase the proportion of renewables, including a statutory mandate to have 50% of generated electricity come from renewable sources by 2030

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Additional LNG/CNG export projects get the green light
7 April 2016

In 2015, the United States Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy (DOE/FE) authorized the long-term, largescale export of US-produced liquefied natural gas (LNG) for four export projects with a cumulative volume of exports totaling some 4.26 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) of natural gas

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