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December 2022

The December issue of LNG Industry features a selection of informative articles on LNG terminal design, gas pretreatment, small scale LNG, LNG shipping, and much more.

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A bright future for LNG?
Emma Richards, Fitch Solutions, provides an outlook for the global LNG market.

Evolving solutions
Svein Hellesmark, Robert Loseth, and Göran Hermansson, Stena Power and LNG Solutions, discuss how jettyless solutions could help rethink infrastructure in both the energy and maritime industries.

Increasing confidence in LNG sampling composition uncertainty
Pierre Barere and Gilles Tissot, OPTA-PERIPH, explain how to constitute an LNG reference gas to assess the accuracy of the sampling chain analysis.

Boil-off gas: the LNG tanks guarantee
Sosthene Gasaba Ngenda and Angel Luis Sanchez Merino, SENER Ingeniería y Sistemas S.A., describe the role of boil-off gas in LNG tanks.

Super dehydration using TEG
Ralph Weiland, Optimized Gas Treating, Inc., USA, demonstrates how cryogenic gas can be produced using only triethylene glycol, with significant cost and operational advantages over mol sieves, using a case study as an example.

Striking a balance
Justin Ellrich, Black & Veatch Corporation, USA, considers multiple execution methods for small scale and mid scale LNG facilities, and shares some learnings for standardisation.

Weathering the storm ahead
Panos Mitrou and Anna Apostolopoulou, Lloyd’s Register, argue that ship supply constraints could prove a major obstacle to the LNG sector’s development later this decade.

Safety first
Mads Linné Kaasgaard, Svanehøj, Denmark, highlights how increased global trade in LNG calls for an enhanced focus on safety procedures, such as monitoring storage tanks and servicing a facility over its lifetime.

Detect to protect
Saima Yarrow, MiQ, UK, details how tracking methane emissions along the LNG supply chain could help make a positive environmental impact, with methane emissions feasibly being eliminated from the entire supply chain within this decade.

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