FERC selects Prima Strategic Group as LNG inspection partner

FERC selects Prima Strategic Group as LNG inspection partner
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Prima Strategic Group has been awarded a five-year contract by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to provide support to perform post authorization compliance inspections of LNG projects being constructed in the United States of America.

The contract scope includes performing LNG post authorization compliance inspections of all the LNG projects currently being constructed in the United States.

The first contract period started in February this year, Prima Strategic Group said in a statement.

“It is our highly important association with FERC, as these projects are very critical to the American energy industry and our LNG experts will play an important role in minimizing the risks associated with these projects to the communities these will be operated,” said Mohan Sharma, CEO and managing director of Prima Strategic Group.

Sharma noted the LNG inspection company has been working with FERC for the past several months, making inspections visits to LNG projects.

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