What We Do
BE&R’s extensive knowledge of the marine and facilities aspects of the oil & gas industry has allowed us to delve into the intricacies of Alternative Fuel production, liquefaction, transportation and distribution around multiple regions in Australia and SE Asia.
Our key resources have undertaken numerous technical consulting roles from low-carbon small-scale LNG to net-zero enabling green Ammonia. BE&R are in regular dialog with key industry vendors/suppliers to understand their technologies and products. BE&R has formed alliances with other independent consultants to enhance our abilities where required.
What are Alternative Fuels
low-carbon energy carriers
Alternative fuels are energy carriers that can be used to displace traditional fossil fuels such as oil, coal, and natural gas. These alternative fuels can be derived from a variety of sources, including renewable and non-renewable resources, and represent an opportunity to decarbonise our transport and power generation industries.
BE&R offers services advising on the deployment and development of alternative fuel projects including:
Hydrogen: A clean and efficient fuel that can be produced from a variety of sources, including water, biomass, and natural gas. Hydrogen can be used to power fuel cell vehicles, burned in an internal combustion engine or used to synthesize hydrogen-based fuels such as ammonia and methanol.
Biofuels: Derived from plants or organic matter, such as corn, sugarcane, soybeans, algae or recycled from compostable waste. Biofuels can be converted into liquid fuels such as ethanol, biodiesel, or biogas.
Liquid Natural Gas / LNG: A fossil fuel that has lower carbon emissions and is cleaner burning than traditional fuels such as coal and oil. LNG is experiencing a significant uptake in dual-fuel marine engines for shipping and for diesel displacement in remote mining communities.
Synthetic Fuels: Derived or recycled from waste products such as tyres and plastics, synthetic fuels remove the emissions from the exploration, drilling and extraction process typically associated with hydrocarbon production. Creating a lower carbon intensity ultra-low sulphur diesel or aviation fuel while reducing landfill waste.