LNG terminals


Lloyd's Register Energy provides integrity monitoring, in-service inspections, corrosion and remnant life inspections and materials problem diagnosis for LNG carriers.

Meeting Lloyd's Register Energy's exacting standards helps to minimizing risk in the processing and transporting of liquefied natural gas.

Adherence to exacting engineering standards and verification of new technology enables a high level of confidence in the safety of the installations.
From project inception, Lloyd's Register Energy works with our client's design team to ensure overall terminal design is validated for its future operating conditions. We ensure the installations can be safely commissioned and operated. We address all appropriate load cases and safety and environmental hazards while at the same time meeting the specific mandatory regulations, codes and standards observed in the design, materials choices and construction process.

LNG terminals service include:

  • Asset integrity management
  • Corrosion and remnant life inspections
  • Design verification, appraisal and certification
  • Existing installation survey
  • FEED and concept study evaluations
  • In-service inspections
  • LNG explosion and CFD modeling
  • LNG spill studies
  • Materials problem diagnosis for LNG carriers
  • New construction consultancy
  • New construction project management
  • New construction inspection and survey
  • Process hazard analysis
  • Risk assessment

Offshore production assets served include:

  • Adriatic LNG Terminal
  • Exmar’s EBRV (Energy Bridge Re-gasification Vessel)
  • Hamworthy Gas Systems 175 ton/hour skids retrofitting.
  • Re-gasification units on  SHI  hulls 1380/81
  • Societe Generale Due Dilligence work for regasification system proposed for FLEX FLNG

Additional information:

  • Produced guidance notes for LNG regasification equipment - first issued 2004
  • Classed the first LNG ship to be built in Finland, Korea and Spain
  • Classed the first LNG ships built for foreign clients in Korea at both HHI and Samsung
  • Classed the first No 96 membrane LNG ship to be built in Japan
  • Lloyd’s Register classes more than 31% of the world's LNG fleet (ships in service and those on order). No other class society has this level of LNG experience, making LR the leading provider of valuable classification services to the LNG ship owner
  • Lloyd’s Register’s position as the leading classification society for LNG ships has been achieved through being involved at the conception of the idea of transporting LNG by ships, through to the modern generation containment systems and concepts