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Woodside, Shell lead critical LNG innovation

WOODSIDE Petroleum and Royal Dutch Shell are among the global leaders in the critical yet "poorly understood" issue of asset handover that could cost Australia's LNG industry millions as it transitions from the build to operational phase, according to tech innovation firm Intergraph.

Woodside, Shell lead critical LNG innovation

Intergraph's vice president Australia (process, power and marine) Greg Rohde, whose team worked with Woodside in its handover of the Nguima-Yin FPSO from Maresk, told Energy News that the Aussie major...

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