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Natural Gas Sector 

Ship Carrying Liquefied Natural Gas

Energy Solutions for the Natural Gas Sector 

The natural gas sector is facing challenges stemming from environmental concerns, changing market dynamics, technological advancements, and evolving customer preferences. ​


Decarbonization and Climate Change

Natural gas is a fossil fuel and, when burned, releases carbon dioxide, contributing to global warming. As societies push for decarbonization, natural gas utilities must find ways to reduce their carbon footprint or transition to cleaner energy sources.

Competition from Renewable Energy

As renewable technologies become more cost-effective and efficient, they provide a viable alternative to natural gas for electricity generation and other applications. This can lead to reduced demand for natural gas.

Infrastructure Modernization

Many natural gas distribution systems in various regions are aging and require substantial investment to upgrade and maintain. Upgrading the infrastructure to enhance safety, reliability, and efficiency is of critical importance to utilities.

Shifting Customer Preferences

Some consumers may choose alternatives to natural gas, such as all-electric homes or renewable energy options, posing a challenge to gas utilities in retaining and attracting customers.

Volatile Natural Gas Prices

Natural gas prices can be volatile due to supply-demand dynamics, geopolitical events, and weather patterns. Fluctuating prices can impact the cost of operation for gas utilities and affect consumer affordability and demand.

Policy and Regulatory Changes

Regulatory changes and political turnover can affect the operational practices and business models of natural gas utilities, requiring them to adapt and comply with new rules and standards.


Complementing Renewable Energy

As renewable energy technologies face challenges related to intermittency, natural gas power plants can provide flexible and quick-starting capacity to balance supply and demand fluctuations, ensuring grid reliability. Natural gas is less carbon-intensive than coal and oil, making it a relatively cleaner option for electricity generation and industrial processes.

Renewable Natural Gas (RNG)

RNG is produced from organic waste sources such as landfills, wastewater treatment plants, and agricultural waste, with significantly reduced GhG emissions compared to conventional natural gas.​

Energy Efficiency Initiatives

By encouraging efficient appliances, heating systems, and industrial processes, utilities can help reduce overall energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.​

Advancements in
Low-Carbon Technologies

By capturing and sequestering carbon dioxide emissions, gas utilities can potentially offer a more environmentally friendly product to their customers and contribute to overall decarbonization efforts.​

Diversification and Innovation

Natural gas utilities can invest in R&D to explore innovative applications of natural gas, such as in hydrogen production, power-to-gas technologies, and other emerging energy solutions. ​

International Export Opportunities

Expanding the reach of natural gas through LNG exports can create new revenue streams and bolster energy security for both exporting and importing countries.​

Transitioning to a
Gas-Electric Hybrid System

Technologies like natural gas-fired power plants with combined heat and power (CHP) systems or microgrids can enhance energy efficiency and reliability.

Natural Gas Utility Workers

Natural gas utilities are investing in renewable energy projects, embracing digital technologies for operational efficiencies, collaborating with stakeholders on sustainability initiatives, and seeking ways to reduce methane emissions from their operations.​


Thampico Planing Natural Gas Project
Thampico Natural Gas Plant


Feasibility & Modeling

We evaluate the viability, risks, and returns of projects in the pre-construction stages to aid informed decision-making. 


Project Controls

We integrate accounting, procurement, and other systematic processes and tools to monitor, manage, and optimize various aspects of the project's scope, schedule, budget, and quality


Project Documentation and Reporting

We create project documentation, reports, and progress updates, ensuring compliance with reporting requirements. 


Project Evaluation and Post-Project Analysis

We assess project performance, lessons learned and areas for improvement to develop guidance and SOPs. 


Program Management

We collaborate with your leadership to gather and analyze information at the portfolio level, optimizing resource allocation to align performance with business unit or enterprise goals.

Natural Gas Solutions

Our expertise in planning, execution, and risk management for complex natural gas projects enables clients to capitalize on the sector’s key strengths (reliability and affordability) while ensuring successful project delivery.

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