LNG infrastructure

From idea to successful operation


LNG infrastructure

As a forerunner in gas and multi-fuel engines, fuel systems, technology and services, Wärtsilä wants to participate in the global shift to gas also with LNG infrastructure projects. We focus especially on developing the small-scale LNG value chain together with our customers, offering technology both for liquefaction and regasification.

What sets Wärtsilä apart from competitors is the scope and quality of our services. In addition to the actual technology, we have unique capabilities to assist our customers on the path from idea to successful business.

By choosing Wärtsilä to supply a complete solution, you have a reliable and trustworthy partner for the whole lifecycle of the investment.

Wärtsilä solutions for LNG

LNG Solutions catalogue 2017


Liquefaction plants

Wärtsilä offers turnkey solutions for LNG terminals, tailored just for your particular needs.

CNG filling stations

We offer biogas or natural gas solutions for CNG refueling stations to serve buses, trucks and other...


Wärtsilä’s portfolio consists of terminals with various functions combined with a storage capacity in...

Tank control systems

Wärtsilä’s cutting edge technologies increase the safety of LNG and LPG storage.

Storage and regasification barges

Wärtsilä’s alternative to onshore satellite and bunkering terminals.

Maintenance solution for LNG terminals

Ensure the certainty of operations by transferring responsibility for maintenance of your LNG terminal...


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  • Dragon LNG terminal, UK
    Dragon LNG’s terminal in Milford Haven, Wales, has been in operation since 2009 and has two 163,000m3 capacity LNG storage tanks. In times of demand, the liquefied gas is pressurized, regasified and delivered to customers via the National Gas Transmission System (NTS). When gas is not required for delivery, the boil-off gas (BOG) from the storage tanks is utilized for on-site power and steam production.

    Dragon LNG terminal, UK

  • EGE Biogass, Oslo, Norway
    Wärtsilä Biogas Liquefaction Plant is able to produce enough fuel to run 135 buses. As a result, carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions will be reduced by some 10,000 tons a year.

    EGE Biogass, Oslo, Norway

  • Tornio Manga LNG terminal, Finland
    The Tornio Manga LNG terminal is a long-term infrastructure investment programme. The beneficiaries include shipping and road transportation companies, power and heat utilities, as well as other industrial and mining companies in northern Europe. We appreciate Wärtsilä’s participation as a valuable partner in this project with special value-adding capabilities in this field.

    Tornio Manga LNG terminal, Finland

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