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Cutting GHG emissions in LNG facilities

McDermott recently completed an LNG construction study identifying tangible reduction pathways toward net-zero construction emissions on behalf of Shell Global Solutions International.

According to the study, up to 65% of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions associated with construction could be eliminated through ‘a combination of construction execution efficiency, modularisation and targeted investment in construction emissions reduction initiatives’.

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Journal title: Petroleum Review

Organisation: Shell|McDermott International plc

Subjects: Liquefied natural gas Greenhouse gases Emissions

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