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December 2009

The Winter edition of LNG Industry features a regional report on industry demand in Europe, and also takes a look at how the industry is growing in Australia. The issue also covers developments in FSPOs, small scale LNG and peak shaving facilities, alongside a number of other features.

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LNG news
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LNG in Europe
Andy Flower, Waterborne Energy, UK, explores industry developments in Europe

Australia’s energy future
Ng Weng Hoong, LNG Industry Correspondent, discusses the potential of the new Australian gas fields

Embracing e-trading
Roger Aitken, on behalf of Trayport Ltd, UK, and Dan Smith, Trayport, UK, examine whether a more efficient and transparent method for price negotiation of LNG could successfully evolve

Oil and gas development in Algeria
LNG16 Executive Committee, Algeria, discusses the oil and gas potential of Africa, and the upcoming LNG16 conference

LNG - the marine fuel of the future
Håkan Werner and Kjetil Sjølie Strand, I.M. Skaugen, Norway, explore small scale LNG supply chains and bunkering infrastructure

Delivering a new FSRU
Blake Blackwell, Golar LNG Energy, UK, presents an insight into delivering the world’s first FSRUs based on the conversion of an existing LNG carrier

LNG tandem offloading
Leen Poldevaart, Jean-Pierre Queau and Perry Adams, SBM Offshore, Monaco, discuss the logistics of offshore LNG offloading

Standardising offshore transfer
Leiv Kallestad, TORP Technology AS, Norway, discusses a standardised approach to offshore LNG transfer

Efficient operation at peak times
Eric Frey, Brian Eisentrout and Jan Snyder, CB&I, USA, explain how solutions for peak shaving facilities are required as gas composition continues to change

Going green
Kamal Shah and Judy Wong, Aker Solutions US Inc., USA, and Bill Minton, Advantage Fuels, USA, consider ambient air based technologies when building LNG regasification terminals

A logistical challenge
Emmanuelle Rauline, François Février and Nicolas Bilbault, GEA Batignolles Technologies Thermique, France, discuss logistical solutions for remote LNG facilities

It’s all in the design
Michael Cords, Ebara International Corp., USA, explores how NPSHR performance can be affected by different inducer designs

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