We see floating and gravity based LNG solutions to be the best solutions for many liquefaction needs, from production levels of 0.5MTPA up to developments of 10MTPA and beyond.
FLNG solutions solve the challenge of how to produce LNG in a cost-effective manner by removing the major risks seen in traditional onshore LNG plants often located in remote and undeveloped areas through flexible solutions and execution in a controlled environment.
Simply put, floating and gravity based LNG solutions give cheaper and faster LNG with less risk together with excellent quality and simpler execution.
Fast Track Concept Selection & Development
Thanks to our continuous work in FLNG for over a decade, complemented by our track record in offshore oil and gas EPC projects, we offer a highly skilled and experienced FLNG team that is able to guide our clients quickly to the most optimal solution for their development.
Aragon is first and foremost an engineering partner.
We support our clients with full facility design services, from conceptual and early phase design to full turnkey facilities, under various different contract models covering engineering, procurement and construction (EPC).
Aragon also has an in house developed liquefaction technology, ODEC – Optimised Dual N2 Expander Cycle, which is available for mid-scale solutions onshore or offshore via a technology licensing agreement.
Aragon is technology independent, and has track record in applying mixed refrigerant and nitrogen cycle based technologies from major providers and brands.
Aragon also has our own in-house developed ODEC technology, developed specifically for FLNG, with train sizes up to 1.5MTPA.
We deliver the best solution for you—fit for purpose, achievable and cost effective.
Aragon is a pioneer in the FLNG industry, having won the worldʼs first FLNG topsides contract in 2008 for FLEX LNG, and delivering two completed designs, ready to execute for FLEX LNG for the Peak Petroleum LNGP1 and the InterOil PNG Train 2 Projects.
Since 2006, we have been verified numerous times through detailed due diligence and benchmarking exercises by different parties specifically for FLNG. Including classificaiton societies, banks, client investors and partners, Oil & Gas companies (Supermajor through to independents), ship yards and vessel owners. Each time with excellent feedback, some examples being:
Existing solutions deemed to be either “competitive” or “very competive”