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Woodside and GE to promote use of LNG as a fuel

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Woodside and GE have signed an agreement to work together to support the use of LNG as a fuel in Western Australia.

The agreement will provide customers with the option of seamless access to reliable LNG fuel supply and gas-fuelled transport and power generation solutions.

Woodside CEO, Peter Coleman, said: “The agreement between our companies will harness the combined experience and offerings of Woodside and GE, allowing customers to choose LNG as a fuel that will deliver significant cost and emissions reductions.

“Woodside is ideally placed to lead the transition to LNG fuelling, with world-class LNG facilities in the Pilbara in close proximity to heavy industries.”

Mary Hackett, Regional Director for GE Oil & Gas ANZ/PNG, added: “Businesses are continually under pressure to seek and adopt solutions that reduce their emissions footprint, while decreasing costs. LNG is a fuel source that is sustainable and cost effective.

“Developing new fuel technology to power industries such as marine, transportation and mining is key – and as a Digital Industrial Company that works across multiple industries and sectors, GE looks forward to working with Woodside to deliver gas technology solutions for customers.”

Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/gas-processing/28022017/woodside-and-ge-to-promote-use-of-lng-as-a-fuel/


 

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