This month’s regional report from Frost & Sullivan looks at the transforming LNG industry in the Middle East. The issue also includes features on offshore LNG, heat exchangers, small scale LNG, and surveys & inspections.
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Rasholeen Nakra, Frost & Sullivan, Canada, explains why the LNG industry is set for a transformation in the Middle East.
Optimising standards to minimise risk in FLNG
Mark Tipping, Lloyd’s Register, explains why it is important to reduce new build risks and costs within the FLNG industry.
An offshore first
Giovanni Giorgi, OLT Offshore LNG Toscana S.p.A, Italy, considers how an offshore FSRU is playing a decisive role in Italy’s LNG sector.
It’s a small world after all
David A. Franklin and Nancy Ballout, KANFA Aragon Americas, USA, ponder why the LNG industry is returning to its small scale roots.
Full speed ahead
Greg Roche and Kishore Duwadi, Applied LNG, USA, discuss building a small scale liquefaction plant for the high horsepower market despite low energy prices.
The right connection
Making the right tube connections for small and mid scale LNG plants is vital. Madhukar Puniani, Parker Hannifin Corp., USA, explains why.
LNG for trucking in Europe
Georgiana Dragomir, ENN European Transportation Fuels, UK, examines the prospects for LNG as a transportation fuel in Europe.
Compact & safe
Jürgen Venter, GEA Heat Exchangers, Germany, presents the benefits of double-tube safety heat exchangers for the regasification of LNG on ships.
Forging the future
Florian Picard, Fives Cryo, France, introduces an innovative new heat exchanger solution.
Cranes on call
Hermann Zink, STAHL CraneSystems GmbH, Germany, looks at the latest crane technology for the LNG sector.
Monitoring stresses and strains
Phil Shaw, Strainstall Ltd, UK, examines load, stress and strain monitoring solutions for the LNG industry.
A close inspection
Carlos Guerrero, Bureau Veritas, France, examines the special characteristics of gas carrier inspections and surveys.