The April issue of LNG Industry magazine focuses on new liquefaction technologies, compressors, LNG bunkering and insulation. The Economist Intelligence Unit explains why US LNG projects still have a bright future, despite the current low price environment. And CH-IV International discuss the importance of implementation planning when transitioning from permitting to executing an LNG project.
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Light at the end of the tunnel
Peter Kiernan, The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), UK, explains why US LNG exports still have a lucrative future, despite the current low price market.
Putting a plan into action
Phil Suter, Jenna Wilson and Arthur Ransome, CH·IV International, USA, discuss the importance of implementation planning when transitioning from permitting to executing an LNG project.
Tina Edvardsson and Markus Soellner, Linde Engineering North America Inc., USA, explain how integrating NGL and LNG facilities can increase output and efficiency.
Optimising the LNG process
John Baguley, Liquefied Natural Gas Ltd, Australia, outlines the benefits of an innovative liquefaction process technology for mid scale LNG projects.
An electric-drive solution
Roberto Ruipérez Vara and Mohammad Pouran, Freeport LNG Development L.P., USA, look at the design features and benefits of an all-electric liquefaction facility.
Fast and efficient
Sam Gooldy, Nick Botkins and Dan Potter, Ingersoll Rand, USA, outline the benefits of using integrally geared centrifugal compressors in small scale LNG applications.
Handle with care
Sven-Erik Brink and Christian Belting-Clar, Dresser-Rand business within Siemens, Germany, present a safe and cost-efficient approach to handling boil-off gas.
Engineered to float
Iulian Mischie, Howden Thomassen Compressors BV, introduces an innovative technology that provides enhanced availability and reliability for horizontal reciprocating compressors in LNG applications.
Getting ready to bunker
Martial Claudepierre, Bureau Veritas, France, explains why a stable and mature LNG bunker chain is required to aid the move towards LNG as fuel.
LNG along the river Seine
Victor Gibon, Marine Assistance, and Tiphaine Leroux, Axe Environnement, France, look at a recent study by French port authorities into the technical, operational and economic aspects of LNG bunkering.
Fuel for the journey
Christian Becker, Becker Marine Systems, Germany, introduces the LNG hybrid barge concept for cruise ship refuelling operations.
Feeling the benefit
Nick Pellon, Thermaxx Jackets, USA, explains how the application of cryogenic insulation jackets on valves and flanges can help to reduce costs in LNG plants.
A room with a view
Toby Pusey, National Grid Grain LNG, UK, explains the importance of operator involvement when designing and constructing a modern control room at the Grain LNG terminal.