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April 2017

This month’s issue of LNG Industry includes a regional report on Europe from Baker Botts L.L.P., as well as features on Cryogenic Equipment, Heat Exchangers, LNG bunkering, Software, Plant Maintenance, and Loading Arms, Hoses & Couplings.


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LNG in the European energy mix – now and into the future
John White, Mark Rowley and Ciaran Boyle, Baker Botts L.L.P., consider what role LNG is likely to play in the future EU energy mix.

By land, by sea
Gunnar Helmen, Skangas, Norway, discusses how increased LNG supply, an expanding infrastructure and custom bunkering vessels are helping to make history by supplying LNG to those off the gas grid in the Nordics.

Developments at Zeebrugge
Kwinten Standaert and Dirk Nous, Fluxys, Belgium, look at the development of small scale LNG and bunkering services at the Zeebrugge LNG terminal in Belgium.

A first for Sweden
Dan-Erik Andersson, Gothenburg Port Authority, Sweden, looks at the challenges and execution of Sweden’s first ship-to-ship LNG bunkering operation.

Enhanced heat transfer solutions
Jeremy Provost, TechnipFMC, France, outlines the benefits of dual enhanced heat transfer solutions for LNG plants.

Coiled and ready for higher capacity
Austin Szatkowski and Christopher Butler, Air Products and Chemicals Inc., USA, discuss advances in coil-wound heat exchanger technology and applications.

Integrating the interface
Luca Chiodetto, MIB Italiana, Italy, looks at the importance of integrated system components in ensuring safety and reliability in LNG transfer systems.

Joining forces
Derek Thomas, AG&P, USA, explains how partnerships in small scale LNG solutions will transform Indonesia.

Small scale LNG – driving innovation
John Lamb, Alpha Process Controls, UK, explains how the growing small scale LNG market is leading to technological innovation.

Keeping your cool
Thomas Göttlinger, Schott, Germany, outlines the benefits of glass-to-metal sealed terminal header assemblies.

Keep it simple
Michael Schwartz, Eka Software, USA, explains the importance of software in helping users to simplify and understand the complexities of the LNG industry.

Clear communication
Niki Thomas, Quorum Business Solutions, USA, explains how to improve the customer experience for LNG operations by streamlining communication between internal and external users.

The digital transformation of LNG
Stephen Fox, Fluenta, UK, explains how LNG operators can utilise advances in connected technology.

Calling for back up
Kevin Peterson, Longview Power, and John Schlosberg, Corban Energy, USA, detail how LNG is used to improve operational flexibility in a coal-fired power plant.


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