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February 2023

The February issue of LNG Industry features a selection of informative articles on gas treatment, ship-to-ship transfer, simulation technology, tank maintenance, and much more.

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Timing is key for European LNG
Bill Farren-Price, Enverus, UK, discusses the impact of geopolitics on Europe’s LNG industry, predicting how the future LNG market could remain volatile.

Shaving emissions at LNG peak shaving facilities
Huw Thomas and Max Peile, io consulting, and Jeffery Baker and Sam Wojciechowski, CB&I, explore the possibility of net zero LNG peak shaving facilities.

Increasing terminal capacity
Rosa Medina, Emerson, Denmark, explains how significant process control improvements, achieved by implementing the latest advanced automation solutions, can help safely increase terminal performance and throughput.

Floating is the future
Kathryn Doyle, Bibby Marine, UK, outlines how floatels are utilised in offshore LNG projects.

Building the digital pipeline
Karen Algaard, Kongsberg Digital, Norway, assesses the importance of digitalisation in helping the LNG industry reach its carbon neutral goals.

Suitable LNG driver selection
Tina Owodunni, Shaun Mohammed, Rodolfo Tellez-Schmill, and Vikas Singh, KBC Advanced Technologies (a Yokogawa Company), examine factors to consider when creating an integrated gas turbine model in order to evaluate its performance and emissions under varying off-design scenarios.

The benefits of ethane blending
John Sabey, ProSep, looks at a versatile solution for blending ethane into lean LNG feed gas.

Insulating project risk
Mark Krajewski, Aspen Aerogels, demonstrates how specifying the right insulation helped de-risk design, construction, and operation of the world’s longest LNG import jetty.

Finding future fuels
Paul Devlin, Cryospain, Ireland, describes how retrofitting trains from diesel to LNG would be a key piece in the global emissions puzzle.

Scaling up to meet growing energy needs
Philipp Wildner, Sulzer, provides insight into an LNG terminal expansion supported by highly engineered pumps.

The rise of European LNG
Stephen Dixon, STS Marine Solutions, UK, details Europe’s shift to LNG and the increasing use of FSRU terminals, as well as highlighting the ways in which the supply chain can be optimised.

Small scale LNG – a balloon about to explode
Stig A. Hagen, Kanfer Shipping, Norway, addresses the role of small scale LNG bunkering in the future of the maritime industry.

Putting focus on Finland
Tarmo Kärsna, Alexela, Estonia, maps out how the Hamina LNG terminal will improve supply security in the Finnish energy market, and enable a green transition.

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