LNG Industry

LNG Industry

The June issue of LNG Industry takes a look at safety challenges facing FLNG projects. It also includes features on small scale LNG, valves and simulation. This month’s regional report from the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) explains why Asia remains key for future LNG market growth, despite a bearish outlook in the short-term.

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In this issue

Asia: still the key
Peter Kiernan, The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), UK, explains why Asia remains key for future LNG market growth, despite a bearish outlook in the short-term.

Easing the gas burden
Jeff Odell, Cosmodyne, USA, offers an analysis of boil-off gas management systems at an LNG facility.

Safety at sea
Inga Bettina Waldmann, KANFA Aragon, Norway, looks at the different technical and safety challenges facing FLNG projects.

Team spirit
Dipanjan Bhattacharya and Jason Yong, Kiewit Engineering & Design Co., USA, and Scott Trautmann, Air Products and Chemicals Inc., USA, discuss the key considerations when developing small scale LNG projects.

Different designs
Konstantinos Fakiolas, Deltamarin Ltd, Finland, looks at the design of small and medium scale LNG vessels.

Paving the path for the Caribbean
Stig Anders Hagen, Kanfer Shipping, Norway, presents a solution for bringing flexible small scale LNG infrastructure to the Caribbean.

Small talk
S. K. Lee, GAS Entec Co. Ltd, South Korea, looks at how small scale LNG projects can help fuel gas powered plants on island nations throughout Asia.

Vital valves
Duncan Gaskin, Parker Bestobell Marine, UK, looks at the increase in demand for high performance cryogenic globe and check valves for LNG FSRUs.

Up to the challenge
Ed Izzi, Pentair Valves & Controls, examines the impact of challenging LNG applications on valve technology.

Signature steel
Theo van der Zanden, Outokumpu, the Netherlands, explains the importance of stainless steel selection for safety valves in LNG projects.

Breaking the ice
Naoki Saito, ClassNK, Japan, and Johan Ekvall, Transas, Sweden, discuss the latest amendments to the STCW Convention: the IGF Code and the Polar Code.

Charting a course for liquidity
Dan Zastawny, TruMarx Data Partners Inc., USA, explains how the evolution of a liquid LNG market will be accelerated by electronic trading systems.

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