The November/December issue of LNG Industry covers FLNG, insulation systems, LNG bunkering, pumps and valves. Frost & Sullivan also provide a report on how market developments have shaped the overall growth of the LNG industry.
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A maturing market
Rasholeen Nakra, Frost & Sullivan, Canada, explains how market developments have shaped the overall growth of the LNG industry.
Brian Songhurst and Huw Williams, ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions Oil & Gas, UK, discuss where and when floating LNG structures might be best applied.
Allen Dickey, Pittsburgh Corning, USA, looks at the benefits of cellular glass insulation systems for LNG piping and equipment.
Bridging the modular gap
Neal Waaks, Aspen Aerogels, USA, looks at how pre-insulated LNG piping can bridge the gap between stick built and modular construction methods.
Brian Price and Shawn Hoffart, Black & Veatch, USA, discuss how the US should follow China’s innovative approach to providing remote users with LNG.
Fuel for the oilfield
Steve Stump, Stabilis Energy, USA, describes how the company is bringing LNG production facilities into the heart of shale plays.
LNG bunkering – assessing the risks
Alexander Harsema-Mensonides and Kyle Eddings, Braemar Engineering, explain the importance of performing failure modes and effect analysis to minimise risks in LNG bunkering.
Code to compliance
With new emission regulations coming into play, Eric Linsner, International Registries Inc., USA, observes the development of the recently adopted IGF Code.
Ulrich Lauster, Linde AG, Engineering Division, Germany, looks at the new restrictions on sulfur levels in shipping fuel, and how a combined bunker system and LNG fuel gas system can help overcome this challenge.
Bunkering in action
Gianpaolo Benedetti, Houlder Ltd, UK, takes a view of current LNG bunkering practices, with an eye on the future.
Hot and cold
Dennis W. Chalmers and David P. Loughman, ACD LLC, USA, look at the safety issues, differences and challenges associated with pumping ‘hot’ and ‘cold’ LNG.
Enver Karakas, Ebara International Corp., USA, compares gas and hydraulic turbine designs based on specific speed and efficiency requirements.
Ed Izzi, Pentair Valves & Controls, explains how triple offset valve technology can help LNG producers lower their cost and equipment footprint.