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January 2016

LNG Industry’s first issue of 2016 includes a focus turbomachinery and floating regasification. In this month’s regional report, Timera Energy explain how European hubs are supporting the global LNG market. The issue also includes articles from Gate Terminal, Klaipedos Nafta and Elengy.


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Contents

Setting the price
David Stokes, Olly Spinks and Howard Rogers, Timera Energy, UK, explain how European hubs are supporting the global LNG market.

Building for the unknown
Stefaan Adriaens, Gate Terminal, the Netherlands, looks at the challenges encountered during the construction of a third jetty dedicated for small scale LNG.

Moving with the times
Dominique Durand, Elengy, France, looks back on 50 years of continuous operation at its LNG terminals.

Sample systems
Tadas Matulionis and Gediminas Jotauta, SC Klaipedos Nafta, Lithuania, look at a choice of sampling systems for FSRUs.

Modernising floating regasification
James Donaldson, Heatric, UK, explains why printed circuit heat exchangers have become a key technology in shipboard applications.

Feeding Latin America’s hunger for natural gas
Gaelle Millard, Mott MacDonald, UK, looks at whether floating LNG import terminals are the answer to the continent’s rising energy needs.

Fuel for thought
Björn Herweg, TGE Marine Gas Engineering, Germany, offers a view on current developments regarding LNG bunkering and the challenges presented to all parties involved.

Into the spotlight
John Stone and Joel Schubert, Dresser-Rand business within Siemens, USA, look at how efficient compressor technology can help to decrease costs at the Magnolia LNG project in Louisiana, US.

Problem solving
Maki Onari, William D. Marscher, Eric Olson, and Chad Pasho, Mechanical Solutions Inc., USA, introduce a specialised testing method to resolve problems that can arise in natural gas turbines.

Big or small
Krishnan Narayanan, Energy Control Technologies, USA, explains how turbomachinery control systems can help small scale LNG companies increase their ROI.

Filtration fit for LNG
Jim Benson, Camfil Power Systems, USA, explains how air filtration design can be optimised for specific applications and site conditions.

Cloud control
Steve Sullivan, Aconex, Asia region, presents a cloud-based collaboration platform that enables JAPEX to control project information for the construction of its new LNG terminal.

Dealing with data
Jacopo Biancat, Chiara Brighenti, Attilio Brighenti, José-Antonio Martínez-Heras, and Alessandro Donati, S.A.T.E., Italy, introduce a new software system that can extract knowledge from telemetry data.

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