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Linde to introduce new LNG plant concept

LNG Industry,

Linde Process Plants (LPP) will introduce the company’s new integrated natural gas liquids (NGL) and liquefied natural gas (LNG) technology (LNGL™) and standard LNG plant concept at the Marcellus-Utica Midstream Conference and Exposition in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, at the end of January.

Linde’s LNGL™ technology can be used with a variety of liquids recovery technologies, including CRYO-PLUS™, GSP, and RSV. The comprehensive solutions for adding a LNG plant to NGL recovery plants create cost savings and increased revenues for natural gas customers.

Tina Edvardsson, Director of Business Development at LPP, commented: "This technology will give midstream companies an avenue to become a major player in the growing LNG market and significantly increase profit from their shale gas plants."

LNG standard plant concept
The company also offers a LNG standard plant concept, which is pre-engineered using custom LNG technology and expertise in modular design and fabrication. Each of the standard LNG sizes are optimised for a variety of feed gas conditions using state-of-the-art engineering tools to achieve unparalleled performance and flexibility to customers. The new LNG standard plant concept integrates easily into Linde's standard NGL plant (STANDARD-PLUS™) providing ultimate performance and cost savings.

LPP representatives will be available at the conference (28th – 30th January) to explain how the LNGL™ integrated LNG technology uses proven design concepts to provide LNG production in existing and new NGL recovery plants.

Adapted from press release by Katie Woodward

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