K&M is pleased to announce
its newest LNG project with the IFC and GasLog in West Africa.
The IFC and GasLog are
developing a LNG terminal situated in the harbor of Freetown, Sierra Leone. The
envisioned facility would be comprised of a floating storage unit (FSU), a
mooring system, small LNG carriers, and a small onshore facility with
regasification, truck and ISO container filling capabilities. With this
combination of assets, the LNG terminal company would be able to provide LNG
and natural gas in Freetown and deliver small parcels of LNG to ports in Guinea
K&M was contracted by the IFC to perform the demand analysis for potential LNG / gas offtakers in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. K&M’s work includes identifying potential LNG end-users in the three countries, including users in power generation, mining, food & beverage, agribusiness, cement, hospitality, and other business segments. K&M will work with potential end-users to identify the least cost LNG supply chain, estimate the cost of LNG delivered at the end-user site, and assess the business case for switching from their current fuel (diesel, HFO) to LNG. K&M will also develop and manage an online LNG user forum where end-users, aggregators and LNG equipment and service providers could connect.