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April 2023

The April issue of LNG Industry includes a regional report on China, and a selection of informative articles on cryogenic technology, LNG storage, regasification, and more.

This month's front cover is brought to you by American Tank & Vessel.

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New challenges for China
Wei Xiong, Rystad Energy, China, highlights how China is entering a new period in its LNG import sector post COVID-19, outlining the challenges ahead for the region.

Good things come in small packages
Pawel Warszycki, Hanseatic Institute for Entrepreneurship and Regional Development at the University of Rostock, Germany, examines small, micro, and nano scale LNG and bio-LNG markets as a significant niche for the future development of the LNG industry.

From stress to strength
Chen-Ming Huang, Jen-Chiang Hsieh, and Ching-En Lee, CTCI Corporation, discuss how monitoring pipe support movements during LNG pipeline cooldowns can optimise the LNG piping systems.

From Croatia to the world
Ivan Fugaš, LNG Croatia, highlights the main elements of the LNG terminal in Krk, Croatia, as well as outlining the role of the FSRU LNG Croatia as a reliable storage and regasification solution.

Overcoming peak demand problems
Jim Berry, Independent Energy Consultant, USA, presents new ways that LNG can be harnessed for long-term energy storage.

Achieving accurate measurements for LNG transfer
Steffen Zendler, Rockwell Automation, considers how to improve measurement accuracy for LNG custody transfer points.

The deal with dual temperatures
Stuart Barry, Bergen Pipe Supports, UK, details the challenges of dual temperatures in cryogenic pipe systems.

LNG on the rise
Marco Pontiggia, Rina, Italy, outlines the various safety considerations of using LNG as more industries and maritime market segments look to take advantage of the benefits that LNG offers.

On the fast track to finish
Firebird LNG reviews how quickly a liquefaction plant and export terminal can be built, as the company works toward delivery of LNG cargos from Suriname to an energy-starved Europe in late 2024.

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