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April 2022

The April issue of LNG Industry contains a regional report on Canadian LNG. It also includes various technical articles on small scale LNG, software, LNG terminals, as well as this year’s Compressors Q&A.

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Mapping Canada’s LNG landscape
Thomas Liles, Emily McClain, and Kaushal Ramesh, Rystad Energy, USA, examine Canada’s current LNG production, and how the country’s position in the global LNG market may evolve with changes in demand.

Digital growth in Southeast Asia
Cynthia Quah, Vice President and Head of Cloud, SAP Southeast Asia, Singapore, takes a look at how to get ahead of the curve when it comes to the LNG industry’s digital transformation.

Can small scale measure up?
Mark Kennedy, SICK, Inc., USA, discusses the advantages of small scale LNG in comparison to mega-train projects, considering flexibility and scalability.

Push physics to the max
Björn Herweg, TGE Marine Gas Engineering, Germany, details the process of designing, building, and installing large Type C tanks, as well as the challenges that accompany this.

A modular approach
Enrico Calamai and Damiano Menichetti, Baker Hughes, Italy, detail the advantages of small scale LNG and how this allows for agile market entry.

Compressors Q&A
Featuring Ariel Corporation, Atlas Copco, Baker Hughes, FS-Elliott, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Compressor International, and NEUMAN & ESSER.

Opening up opportunity
Mario Matkovic, MET Group, Croatia, considers the impact of volatile LNG prices, as well as discussing how the Krk terminal in Croatia is helping to bring a new era of energy independence to the country.

A need for speed
H. Fagerberg, J. Perales, and N. Evangelisti, Gas and Heat SpA, Italy, detail how implementing a ship-to-truck solution can help to reduce the number of steps in the LNG supply chain.

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