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ADGAS drives the fast track upstream & downstream development to boost LNG production & supply as a cleaner energy for the world

ADGAS builds FSRU with Rankine Process system to regasify the LNG Cargo to maintain the temperature under sea water environment.
We give a lot of effort to the fast growing upstream and downstream LNG surface facilities development, the faster the better for all of us to work hand in hand in every region to build the LNG receiving terminal for further to distribute the LNG through the gas distribution infrastructure fast track development in parallel with the LNG production facilities development including the execution of the development drilling program as part of the integrity upstream-downstream infrastructure development, by then we could provide the natural gas available everywhere for further will give an effect to the people lives in this planet to adopt natural gas as their main fuel to support people daily activities, bottom line the world gas reserves could provide the LNG supply for the world for more than 150 years.

 Natural Gas    Emission  
Saving Energy: Energy efficiency is one of the largest and lowest cost ways to extend our world's energy supplies and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
In our own operations, we focus on flare reduction, cogeneration of power and steam, and improving energy efficiency as the key levers to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Natural gas is a versatile fuel that can be used for many purposes, and so the factors driving these increases in demand vary by region. In Asia Pacific, natural gas provides a competitive alternative to the liquid fuel for electricity generation, city gas, industries and vehicles, especially under policies that impose costs on higher-carbon fuels. Also, advance technology in unconventional natural gas exploitation from the gas blocks are expected to keep regional supplies ample for the foreseeable future.

We expect global energy-related CO2 emissions to level off around the year 2030, even as overall energy use continues to increase to support economic development and human activities progress around the world.

This global emissions trend is the result of significant improvements in energy efficiency, plus shifts toward natural gas and other less carbon-intensive fuels, as efforts continue to manage the risks posed by rising greenhouse gas emissions.