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January 2013

This issue of LNG Industry includes a selection of articles looking at the latest developments in the Asia-Pacific region. It also includes articles discussing safety challenges, gas purification technology, compressor performance and lNG storage tanks, in addition to previewing a selection of companies that will be exhibiting at LNG 17 in Houston, Texas.

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The Asian energy equation
Peter Kiernan, The Economist Intelligence Unit, UK, explains how Asian demand is driving LNG export projects around the world. Read more

Looking to the future
Mun-seong Kim, Endress+Hauser, Japan, discusses the challenges facing Japan’s national energy plan.

New storage solutions
Adnan Ezzarhouni, GTT (Gaztransport & Technigaz), France, describes the benefits of switching to gas membrane technology in LNG storage.

Nitrogen removal
Adrian Finn, Costain Energy & Process, UK, explains the benefit of a reliable, efficient nitrogen removal system for LNG fuel gas.

Lean gas
Fei Chen and Christopher M. Ott, Air Products and Chemicals Inc., USA, discuss the technology options to tackle new challenges in lean gas liquefaction.

Predicting performance
Jay Koch, Dresser-Rand, USA, discusses the significance of new methods for accurately predicting compressor performace in LNG production.

Keeping cool
Chuck Marchetta, Niagara Blower Company, USA, examines how more efficient liquefaction cooling can help companies save money.

Two stroke solutions
Chris Underwood, MAN Diesel & Turbo, Denmark, compares the performance of DFDE engines with two stroke, fuel flexible engines.

Addressing compliance challenges
Colin Thurston, Thermo Fisher Scientific, USA, explains how making laboratories ISO compliant is good for businesses and their clients.

Designing safety
Ian Matthew, Autodesk Inc., USA, explains how design technology can be a useful process safety tool.

Fuel of the future
Maxim Schwarz, Linde AG, Germany, describes the benefits of using small scale LNG in stranded gas markets.

LNG cold pumping
Giancarlo Geninatti, Vanzetti Engineering, Italy, discusses cryogenic pumping systems for LNG downstream applications.

Turning the wheels
Jay Copan, Executive Director of LNG 17 and Senior Advisor to the American Gas Association, discusses the global market outlook for LNG in transportation and what it will take to drive the industry forward, as will be discussed at LNG 17. Read more

LNG 17 preview
LNG Industry previews a selection of the companies that will
be exhibiting at LNG 17 in Houston, USA, on 16 - 19 April 2013.

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