The UK’s Dragon LNG has awarded a feasibility study contract to Worley to explore the integration of LNG regasification and CO₂ liquefaction processes at its facilities.  

Dragon LNG is part of Dragon LNG Group, a joint venture between Shell and Ancala LNG. 

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It owns and operates an LNG import and storage terminal in Milford Haven, west Wales. 

The feasibility study by Worley will examine various technical approaches to integrate LNG and CO₂ liquefaction processes at Dragon LNG’s facilities.  

The focus is on achieving optimal energy efficiency and effectiveness while exploring the potential for reduced energy consumption and carbon intensity.  

This could lead to a lower levelised cost of CO₂ export for Dragon LNG and other Haven industry companies. 

The integration has the potential to support a collaborative effort with RWE Pembroke Net Zero Centre.  

CO₂ from the centre could be processed at Dragon LNG’s facilities before being transported to carbon sequestration sites via non-pipeline transport.  

The study will also address the economic viability of the integration, looking into the levelised cost of CO₂ and other economic factors.  

Furthermore, the study will evaluate how this integration could contribute to lowering the carbon intensity of Dragon LNG’s operations. 

A spokesperson for Dragon LNG stated: “We are excited to collaborate with Worley on this important initiative. As a responsible energy provider, Dragon LNG is continuously seeking innovative ways to enhance our operations while minimising our environmental footprint. This feasibility study represents a significant step towards achieving those objectives.” 

In September 2023, Worley was selected by QatarEnergy LNG to provide front-end engineering design services for a CO₂  sequestration project in Ras Laffan, Qatar.  

This project, with a capacity to capture 4.3 millio tonnes of CO₂ annually, will support QatarEnergy LNG in reducing emissions from its LNG operations.