Liquified Natural Gas Refuelling Stations, 2008/09
In 2008/09, JMG worked with LNG Refuellers Pty Ltd to develop a state – wide network of LNG refuelling stations supplied from a central LNG plant at Westbury.
The LNG network will provide solely for the LNG Refuellers consortium. However, the move towards LNG refuelling will provide benefits to Tasmania as a whole in terms of reducing greenhouse gas emissions and reduced dependence upon foreign oil.
The refuelling stations operate unmanned and include:
– 80,000 litre storage tank, with a height of 15m and 3.3m diameter,
– Pump skid and security fence,
– Control building
– Two bowsers for concurrent refuelling
– 4.5m x 15m concrete infrastructure pad
The liquified natural gas is stored in an insulated tank at -165 degrees Celsius
JMG contributed Planning, Civil, Structural and Electrical Engineering expertise to the project.
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