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January 2017

This issue of LNG Industry covers small scale LNG and liquefaction technology. Other features look at transfer systems and ship classification, as well as our regional report on Australia. This issue will also receive special distribution at the European Gas Conference and the Australasian Oil & Gas Conference.

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LNG news

Monetising flare gas
Françoise Sabatier and Helmut Steinacker, Linde Engineering Division, Linde AG, Germany, introduce a BOG reliquefaction plant developed for Petronas’ LNG complex in Bintulu, Sarawak, Malaysia.

A new era for Australian LNG
Bernadette Cullinane, Deloitte, Australia, reflects on a challenging 2016 for the LNG industry and looks ahead to a record year for LNG in Australia.

Back to basics
David Blanchard, Cryostar, France, explains how current market conditions present an opportunity for small scale LNG.

Bigger is not always better
Warren R. Miller and Fei Chen, Air Products and Chemicals Inc., USA, explain why smaller plant capacities can sometimes equate to bigger opportunities.

A brighter future for LNG as a marine fuel
Martin Wold, DNV GL, Norway, outlines why interest in LNG as a ship fuel is set to increase.

Make it fit
Dr Pål G. Bergan and Dr Daejun Chang, LATTICE Technology, Norway and South Korea, present a new, flexible LNG pressure vessel that is capable of being designed to fit a range of spaces.

Development history of the gas engine
René Sejer Laursen, MAN Diesel & Turbo, Denmark, looks at the development of dual-fuel engine technology.

Small scale LNG loading solutions
Tom Toth, Connect LNG AS, presents a floating transfer system.

Storage in severe conditions
Julien Castres Saint Martin, VINCI Construction Grands Projets, France, and Patrick Genoud, Entrepose Contracting, France, look at the safe delivery of large LNG storage tanks in severe conditions, from Western Australia to Northern Siberia.

Easing the stress
Wasim Younis, Symetri, UK, presents the benefits of adopting analysis early on in the design stage within the LNG industry.

Automation for productivity and forecast accuracy
Christian Sommerhoff, IWB, Germany, outlines automation considerations for LNG distribution to trucks.

15 facts ... on Australia

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