Oil and gas Lng value chain


Solutions, products and services from Wärtsilä

Onshore solutions

Leading the field in small- and medium-scale LNG.

Wärtsilä, recognized for its market-leading gas engine technology, provides technology and services throughout the entire LNG distribution chain. Wärtsilä’s portfolio includes liquefying technology, various gas handling solutions, the design of LNG transport vessels, gas-fired marine propulsion solutions, LNG loading and unloading facilities, storage facilities and regasification. A gas-fired power plant can be combined with an import terminal in a joint turnkey project.

We also offer EPC deliveries, and lifetime support solutions to maximise revenues and minimise downtime.

Wärtsilä offers total power solutions with guaranteed reliability and outstanding lifecycle economy.

Power generation

Wärtsilä offers a wide range of flexible solutions perfectly suited for oil field settings. Proven reliability, fuel flexibility and low emissions make the plants ideal for demanding applications in the oil and gas industry such as processing facilities...

CNG filling stations

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

Flare reduction

Wärtsilä puts your waste stream in to good use. With the Wärtsilä solution you'll reduce CO2 emissions and get back to use the gas normally flared


  • 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

  • OCP, Ecuador
    OCP Ecuador S.A. has built the Heavy Crude Oil Pipeline, the most important project developed in Ecuador since the 1970s. The project encompassed the management, engineering, procurement and construction needed to install a new heavy crude oil pipeline system, with the goal of increasing Ecuador's export capacity.

    OCP, Ecuador

  • 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

  • AGIP Villano, Ecuador
    AGIP Ecuador is the operator of the 40,000 bpd Villano oil field in the Oriente jungle in Ecuador. Since the drilling site is located in a national park, the environment at the drilling site is conserved by transporting the oil by flowlines to the Central Processing Facility site some 44 km away.

    AGIP Villano, Ecuador

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