The monetisation of natural gas presents significant challenges and opportunities for the gas owners, and for a host of other stakeholders including the local population, numerous Government entities and different technology providers. Gas owners will choose commercially attractive options based largely on technology cost and associated risks. Governments on the other hand focus on converting such future wealth into social, economic and political benefits that commence today, and are deployed and maintained in a way that will significantly benefit the country and its citizens well into the future.
There are several commonly used gas monetisation options and it is the relative value of these monetisation options e.g. LNG, GTL, Methanol (MeOH), Dimethyl Ether (DME), Methanol-to-Olefins (MTO), Methanol-to-Gasoline (MTG), and Ammonia (fertilizers), etc. when assessed in terms of product and market attractiveness, technology attractiveness, economic attractiveness and overall business strength, that will determine the preferred gas monetisation route for each specific gas resource and location. The principals of FalconMere and their associates have for two decade been directly and indirectly involved in the development of numerous gas monetisation projects from strategy development to early screening and pre-feasibility, through feasibility and front-end engineering and design to final investment decisions, project execution, start-up and operations.
Commercial Advisory, Execution and Training Services include: manpower planning, capital project execution, technology selection and supply, technology licensing, catalyst sales, product marketing, plant operations and maintenance, project and business risk management, Government liaison, tax compliance, health and safety and legislative adherence, country cost benefit analyses, modelling and evaluating investment decisions. These services can be provided on a consultancy basis or as part of the project owner’s team.