SEGAS is one of the most cost-effective LNG plants in the world, with a compact, elegantly simple design that lends itself to greater ease of operation and maintenance.
KBR has led the study, design and construction of many of the world's liquefied natural gas (LNG) facilities since 1976.
KBR has also achieved many LNG firsts along the way including the first fully modular LNG plant design in Western Australia, the first liquefaction train, and the first large-scale gas turbine plant. Today, KBR construction accounts for over 85 million tons of worldwide liquefaction capacity, often in the most challenging and remote locations.
Our flexibility and ingenuity for finding solutions in some of the toughest situations in addition to our consistent work with LNG projects - six trains in Nigeria, eight in Malaysia and four in Australia - show that customers rely on KBR for liquefaction expertise.