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December 2021

The December issue of LNG Industry features a detailed report discussing the LNG market during 2021, and takes a look at what is on the horizon for LNG in 2022. The issue is also packed full of in-depth technical articles covering LNG cruise shipping, small scale LNG, LNG terminals, and more.

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The world of LNG stands strong
Soorya S. Tejomoortula, GlobalData, India, considers the global LNG industry over the past year and looks to the future, outlining trends, perspectives, and providing a capacity outlook.

Small plants, big gains
Sasha Strasser, Head Gas Solutions (Switzerland), and Toby Hahn, Global Technical Expert LNG (USA), Sulzer Chemtech, look at why small scale plants offer an ideal platform to enter the market for LNG fuel.

A new gateway for LNG
Marko Grbic, Siniša Kovac, Dario Ferencaba, and Marko Castek, LNG Croatia, Croatia, showcase the design elements of the Island of Krk’s LNG Terminal, a project which is helping to increase the energy independence of Croatia.

The polar pioneers
Mathieu Petiteau, PONANT, France, describes the engineering involved in equipping the first LNG-powered ship to reach the geographic North Pole.

Tricks of the towing trade
Berit Vincentz Andersen, Svitzer, Denmark, outlines how the towing of LNG carriers in challenging conditions requires the best people, equipment, and a focus on safety.

Channels of data
Andrew Stafford, Technical Director at Trelleborg’s marine and infrastructure operation, UK, details the use of mooring tension data to ensure the safety and longevity of equipment on vessels.

Big plans for small scale
Daniel Benavides, FNX Liquid Natural Gas, Spain, describes the growing importance of small/mid liquefaction plants for the worldwide LNG market, and demonstrates the different technologies applicable to these kinds of plants.

Protection anywhere in the world
Ana Juraga Oluic, Cortec® Corporation, Croatia, explains how vapour phase corrosion inhibitor technology can aid in the protection of pipelines from corrosion.

Predict the performance
Kenichi Matsuoka, Azbil Corp., Japan, Daichi Watanabe, MTI Co., Ltd, Japan, and David Hill, Carla Lara, and Aaron Herrick, Chemstations, USA, detail the development of LNG cargo tank simulation technology for ballast voyage.

More brains are better than one
Danny Constantinis, EM&I Group, Malta, explains how a group effort to identify asset integrity challenges in the LNG sector can help achieve a safer, greener future.

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