Crown LNG develops, finances, owns and operates LNG terminals in locations exposed to harsh weather conditions.
We are active in two parts of the LNG value chain. The first is liquefaction, where natural gas from producers is cooled and compressed for transport by ship to a regasifaction terminal where it is turned back into gas and piped to consumers and businesses.
Liquefaction and regasification facilities may be onshore or offshore. Our focus is on a specific and substantial market niche: Locations where an onshore facility is not desirable, for instance in urban areas, and where ship-based offshore terminals are too vulnerable to harsh weather conditions.
These weather conditions are typically strong seasonal winds that are found both in major production regions, such as the Gulf of Mexico, and in major consumption markets, in particular in Asia.
To secure stable energy supply to growth markets exposed to harsh weather conditions.
We secure stable year-round LNG supply to growing markets and locations exposed to harsh weather conditions, supplying LNG infrastructure in locations where floating LNG solutions are unsuitable.
We expand the global market for LNG, particularly from the US, including future use for hydrogen production.
We lower carbon emissions by replacing coal with LNG. Our bottom-fixed solution also ensures lower cost and lower environmental footprint versus a comparable land-based LNG terminal alternative.
Based on strong fundamentals, our aim is to provide investors with stable long term return on their investment.