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First non-OECD FLNG vessels will have domino effect

More and more countries will jump on the FLNG bandwagon when new projects start up next year, experts from law firm Bracewell say More and more countries will jump on the FLNG bandwagon when new projects start up next year, experts from law firm Bracewell say.
By Silvia Favasuli 14 December 2017 0 28781
Petronas’s Satu FLNG vessel. (Petronas)

The first wave of FLNG projects in non-OECD countries will likely trigger a spate of similar projects around the world, experts from law firm Bracewell said during a media roundtable event in London on Tuesday. 

“I’m excited to see the first non-OECD FLNG projects turn on and LNG cargoes float away from them,” Ben James, a partner at Bracewell, told journalists at the event, which focused on upcoming trends in energy in 2018. 

“Once we get one or two of those up and running, I think it will...