Security of Supply

Security of supply can be affected by a great many factors: machinery breaking down, tankers arriving late, extreme weather conditions, statutory inspection requirements, political unrest and other possible events. Some of these risks can be addressed by increased investment in backup facilities and infrastructure at key points in the supply chain. But other risks can be addressed more econmically during operations and some are beyond the control of an individual company, for example when it depends on feed suppliers. SecuoS offers the expertise to identify and assess such risks and optimise the risks responses.

Significant future capital expenditure can be saved through the introduction of our innovative capacity planning methodology. This methodology optimally matches delivery commitments with the production capability of the facilities, for example for gas treating facilities, LNG plants and LNG import terminals and underground gas storage.

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