The September issue of LNG Industry takes a look at LNG as a fuel, floating LNG, small scale LNG and cryogenic valves. This month’s regional report from Douglas-Westwood provides a forecast for the global LNG market between 2017 – 2020, with a particular focus on Asia.
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LNG outlook: Asia in focus
Mark Adeosun, Douglas-Westwood, UK, provides a forecast for the global LNG market between 2017 and 2021, with a particular focus on Asia.
Step on the gas
Andrea Delli Zotti, TGE Marine Gas Engineering, Germany, explains how the need to comply with emissions regulations has led to a growing market for LNG fuel gas systems on board vessels.
The notorious BOG
Björn Nygård, Wärtsilä Corp., Finland, looks at methods for handling boil-off gas on board LNG-fuelled ships.
Andrea Cogliolo, RINA Services, Italy, explains how the cruise ship industry is leading the way in the adoption of LNG as a marine fuel.
Idea to operation
Bob Watson and Rama Challa, Matrix PDM Engineering, USA, offer a step-by-step approach to the development of small scale LNG facilities.
Painting it green
Michael Hindmarsh, AkzoNobel’s Marine Coatings Business, International®, explains how effective hull coating selection can help to increase the efficiency of LNG carriers.
Refine the design
Johnathan Green, UK, and Suba Sivandran, Singapore, BMT Fluid Mechanics, highlight the role that computational fluid dynamics and wind tunnel testing can play in optimising the design of an FLNG unit.
LNG at sea
Benjamin Mauries, Saipem, France, looks at the development of offshore regasification and liquefaction technologies.
Deep blue sea
Gunnar Arnesen, Kjell Hagatun and Siri Simenstad, Aker Solutions, Norway, present a deep cooling water intake solution that can help to increase the efficiency of FLNG facilities.
Kevin Niebergall, CGIS, Canada, explains the importance of selecting the right Severe Service Valve (SSV) for LNG applications.
The devil is in the detail
Shawn Statham, Pentair Valves & Controls, explains why valve design and application is critical to developing a safe LNG project.
Meeting marine demands
Duncan Gaskin, Parker Bestobell Marine, UK, looks at how the wider adoption of LNG as a marine fuel is leading to demand for high pressure cryogenic valves.