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Perform essential global gas/LNG & energy transition calculations

The following simple and free-to-use analytical tools are available here:

LNG Freight Cost Calculator

Estimation of freight costs is often more complex for LNG than it is for other commodities. In addition to charter costs, port fees and canal tolls, the LNG cargo cycle typically includes both boiloff and heel gas related charges.

The LNG freight cost calculator includes the full range of LNG cargo loading and delivery locations, which can be chosen with a few clicks. Also, you are free to use the values provided for the LNG spot price, tanker dayrate and speed, or specify your own.

LNG/Natural Gas Unit Conversion Calculator

LNG is not all the same. The density and energy content of a given LNG cargo is highly dependent on its particular molecular composition.

Given the wide spectrum of feedgas sources and liquefaction processes used by LNG plants around the world, conversions between mass, volume and energy quantities should account for the specific composition of the LNG being analysed. The conversion factors used by this calculator are based on average compositions for cargoes originating from the LNG plant selected.

H2/NH3/LNG Conversion Calculator

Hydrogen, ammonia and LNG are poised to play central roles in the energy transition. Therefore, the ability to easily convert between mass, volume and energy units, both within and across these fuels, is an essential capability for energy professionals.

The H2/NH3/LNG conversion calculator is designed to do just that. The user simply selects the fuel and units from which and to which they would like to convert, and enters the quantity to be converted.

Power Plant Carbon Emissions Calculator

The greenhouse gas emissions intensity of a power project depends on both the thermal efficiency of the plant and the GHG attributes of the fuel that it uses. This tool allows the user to easily estimate the GHG emissions, in CO2-equivalent tonnes, as well as the emissions intensity (CO2-equivalent tonnes per Mwh generated) for any power plant configuration specified.

The user can then also compare the emissions performance against alternative power project specifications.