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LNG Industry

The October issue of LNG Industry includes topics on LNG as a transportation fuel; pumps, valves & compressors; and software systems. It also includes a focus on the Asia-Pacific region, and a preview of a selection of companies that will be exhibiting at Gastech Singapore.

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In this issue

Looking for growth
Mike Johnston, T.A. Cook Consultants Inc., UK, looks at the growth prospects for LNG in the context of Asian and global markets.

LNG today and tomorrow
Genevieve Solomon, BG Group, UK, looks at the evolving trade dynamics of the LNG industry.

Preventing the freeze
Derek Goh, eltherm Asia-Pacific, Singapore, introduces a tank bottom slab frost heave prevention solution for the Singapore LNG terminal.

Responding to changing times
Dr Jason Shirley and Mike Ferrara, National Grid Grain LNG Ltd, UK, outline energy efficiencies at the Grain LNG terminal.

Optimum arrangements
When it comes to selecting the right compressor technology and drivers for FLNG projects, a number of factors should be taken into consideration. Patrice Bardon, Dresser-Rand, France, explains why.

Doubling up
Thomas Göttlinger, Schott, Germany, discusses the safety benefits of glass-to-metal sealed terminal header assemblies for LNG pumps.

Crossing over
Neil Wilson, Cryostar, France, explains how pump technology can aid the quest for fuel economy in LNG carrier propulsion.

What shall we do with all this gas?
Paul Shields, Chart Industries Inc., USA, looks at how small and mid scale LNG is providing answers to this question.

Building the future
Sung-Geun Lee, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME), South Korea, discusses the world’s first application of LNG propulsion technologies for large commercial vessels.

A world of change
Todd Gibbs, Atlas Copco Gas and Process Division, USA, discusses a propulsion and gas handling system to meet the needs of today’s evolving LNG market.

Alexandros Chiotopoulos, DNV GL, Norway, presents Oshima Shipbuilding Co.’s new LNG-fuelled Kamsarmax bulk carrier design.

Lessons learned
Charles Mitchell, ABS Group, and Roy Bleiberg, ABS, USA, present updated guidance for LNG bunkering and LNG as fuel.

Unlocking the LNG fuel supply chain
Guillaume Gelin, Gaztransport & Technigaz (GTT), France, discusses the safe and economic transfer of LNG from a bunker vessel to an LNG-fuelled ship.

A helpful tool
Bjarte Lund, Kyma a.s, Norway, introduces a software module to help optimise the efficiency on DFDE LNG carriers.

Working together
Marcel Veldhuizen, Intergraph, EMIA, considers how an interoperable environment can lead to increased efficiency and decreased costs.

Turn it up (and down)
Michael Calvert, Emerson Process Management, Australia, introduces Emerson’s new solution to control wells at the Santos GLNG project.

Michael H. Sheilan, Amine Experts Inc., Canada, and Ralph H. Weiland, Optimized Gas Treating Inc., USA, take a look at two LNG trains that were experiencing severe foaming issues.

Knowledge is power
Tony Wimpenny, Orbital Global Solutions, UK, explains why scientific sampling of mercury in natural gas processing improves safety, efficiency and decision making.

Keeping connected
Bob Greaney, Kentz, a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, Australia, outlines the telecommunications and electronic requirements at the Chevron-operated Gorgon Project on Barrow Island, Australia.

Gastech 2015 preview
LNG Industry previews a selection of companies that will be exhibiting at this year’s Gastech Conference & Exhibition in Singapore from 27 – 30 October 2015.

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