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British Gas Group

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A leading player in the global energy market, BG Group is a dynamic growing business with operations in more than 25 countries over five continents. While our headquarters are in United Kingdom (UK), over 60% of the talented professionals who make up the BG team are located outside the UK. We have a proud history in all aspects of the energy sector, particularly natural gas, where we have experience across the entire gas chain – from exploration to delivery to the consumer. BG Group is a publicly listed company on the London Stock Exchange and is also listed on the US over-the-counter market known as “International OTCQX”.+ Read More

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Liquefied Natural Gas  An Enabling Technology Services
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BG Group has developed a leading position in the global Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) industry, based upon flexible long-term supply contracts and a fleet of modern LNG ships that are able to meet the needs of a rapidly changing market.

This flexible portfolio means that BG Group is able to deliver gas where and when it is most needed, capturing value for our suppliers, customers and BG Group.

We have established a strong position in the Atlantic Basin, founded on supply positions in Egypt and Trinidad that in turn feed demand in the USA, Asia Pacific and Europe. BG Group supplied about 50% of all gas transported into the Pacific Basin from the Atlantic Basin in 2007. We are currently enhancing our sales portfolio, with new sales contracts to Singapore and Brazil. We are also developing innovative LNG supply capacity through our partnership with Queensland Gas Company in Australia.

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Liquefied Natural Gas
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Liquefied Natural Gas

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During 2010, BG Group used its flexible liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply and market knowledge to divert cargoes to high-value markets. The Group’s LNG business is established on a solid foundation capable of delivering sustained and material profits.

BG Group took the final investment decision for the first phase of the Queensland Curtis LNG (QCLNG) Project in Australia.
Signed sales agreement with Tokyo Gas Co. Ltd. (“Tokyo Gas”) to supply 1.2 million tonnes per annum (mtpa) of LNG from 2015.
First tranche of contracts for regasified LNG under the aggregator agreement in Singapore.
Signed heads of agreement with Chubu Electric Power Co. lnc (“Chubu”) to supply up to 120 cargoes over 20 years.
Took delivery of four new-generation, energy-efficient LNG carriers.
Supplied LNG to 19 countries in the year.

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Liquefaction Plant
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Liquefaction Plant

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A liquefaction facility cools gas to -160 C, condensing it to 1/600 of its volume, allowing for economical transportation.

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Shipping
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Shipping

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The LNG is loaded onto specially built ships designed to hold super-cooled gas. LNG can be transported to any country in the world with a regasification terminal.

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Regasification
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Regasification

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The LNG is warmed at the terminal, converting it back to gas for distribution.

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Shale Gas

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Shale gas is a natural gas stored in organic-rich rocks such as dark colored shale, inter bedded with layers of shaley siltstone and sandstone. These shale rocks can be both the source of the gas, and the containment reservoir. Shale gas plays are classified as continuous gas accumulations because they extend throughout large areas, typically with extremely low permeability, sometimes with natural fractures present in the rock.

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Coal Seam Gas

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Coal seam gas, or CSG, is a natural gas. It occurs when coal is formed deep underground over millions of years of heating and compressing decomposing plant matter. Over time, the gas becomes trapped in coal seams by water. Apart from methane, CSG may contain little or no hydrocarbon gases such as ethane, propane and butane. CSG typically contains only small amounts of carbon dioxide and nitrogen. As such, it is considered a cleaner gas that requires relatively little treatment before being used in industry and households.

Developing coal seam gas

CSG is extracted through wells drilled into coal seams, usually within a depth window of 300 to 800 metres underground. When water is pumped out, the gas is released from the surface of the coal, a process called desorption. If the pressure within the seam is high, the water and gas may flow to the surface together unaided. Conversely, the water may have to be pumped to the surface if the pressure is lower, allowing the gas to flow. When coal seam gas comes to the surface, any water in the gas is separated and the gas is compressed and sent by pipeline to customers.

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Marketing

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In addition to BG Group’s own LNG resources, the Group also buys gas resources under long-term purchase agreements or on the spot market in order to meet LNG demand.

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Exploration And Production
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BG Group discovers and extracts gas. Onshore and offshore platforms collect gas from drilling wells, then transport it to liquefaction facilities.

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Geology And Geophysics

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Finding oil and gas is no easy task. Geologists and geophysicists are in charge of working out where oil and gas might be trapped within the Earth's crust, and how we can best tap into these reservoirs. This page explains how we decide where we will drill wells, the tools we use to assess what we find, and the models that help our scientists learn more about the rock and the hydrocarbons trapped within it.

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Unconventional gas refers to natural gas resources trapped in coals, shales and tight sands. These resources differ markedly from conventional gas reservoirs, in that they are diffuse, continuous accumulations of natural gas, covering very large geographical areas. There are huge untapped unconventional reserves in many countries: the US National Petroleum Council estimates global unconventional gas-in-place to be around 33 000 trillion cubic feet.

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BG Group made significant advances in its key projects in Australia, Brazil and the USA in 2010. The Group also extended its excellent track record in exploration, with a 12% increase in total reserves and resources to reach 16.2 billion barrels of oil equivalent (boe).

E&P Performance highlights:

  • BG Group announced a 34% upgrade to estimates of gross resources in the Lula, Cernambi and Guará fields in Brazil.
  • 13 floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessels being committed to fields in Brazil.
  • BG Group took the final investment decision for the first phase of the Queensland Curtis LNG (QCLNG) Project in Australia.
  • Total gross resources in Australia of 21 trillion cubic feet (tcf), with 8 tcf of proved plus probable (2P) reserves.
  • Acquisition of significant additional US shale gas acreage.
  • Total reserves and resources in the USA reached 8.5 tcf.
  • Significant gas discoveries from two exploration wells drilled in Tanzania.
  • First well drilled offshore China discovered gas.
  • BG Group total reserves and resources increased by 12% to 16.2 billion boe.

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