Our Initiatives

Our Initiatives - Biofuels

BIOFUELS AND WASTE TO ENERGY

Waste, an inevitable by-product of society, poses one main challenge to future. generations: how to manage large quantities of waste in a sustainable way. Given global efforts to reduce greenhouse emissions and raise environmental consciousness, waste to energy offers a viable solution to both by converting municipal and industrial solid waste into electricity and/or heat for industrial processing and for district heating systems…

Our Initiatives - LNG Import

LNG IMPORT TERMINAL AND THERMAL POWER
PLANTS

LNG to power projects have gained popularity over the last couple of year due to a combination of lower LNG prices relative to oil products, driving fuel switching initiatives, the start-up of LNG production project in the US and Australia and the diminishing attractiveness of coal-fired generation…

Our Initiatives - Gas Distribution

Gas Distribution / Virtual Pipelines

Virtual-pipeline is an alternative method of transporting natural gas to key demand centres in the absence of an existing pipeline network. Virtual pipeline systems allow liquefied or compressed natural gas to be transported on mobile platforms, which could be mounted on trucks, railway or small-scale vessels by sea. Once at the desire demand centre the module is subsequently connected to the decompression…

Our Initiatives - Flare gas

Flare Gas Capture

Throughout the globe billion of cubic meters of natural gas is flared annually at oil production sites, wasting valuable resources that could be used to support economic growth. The hydrocarbon constituents of flare gas tend to be methane and Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG), which could be used in industrial processes and power generation. The main reasons for gas flaring are the lack of gas pipeline connectivity and/or a captive gas market…

Our Initiatives - renewables

Renewables

Renewable energy is energy obtained from renewable sources such as sunlight, wind, rivers, the tide and geothermal heat, which provides a sustainable alternative to fossil fuel driven thermal generation. Although intermittent in their production, renewables energy provides the lowest cost power generation on a marginal cost basis. This is particularly important in emerging market where demand is price sensitive. Renewable energy not only offers a cost effective and sustainable solution but also independent power production that is not dependent on importing expensive fossil fuels.

Our Expertise

Solomon Peter Investments focuses on four main areas of expertise:

Our Expertise

Solomon Peter Investments focuses on four main areas of expertise: