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January 2023

The January issue of LNG Industry features a selection of informative articles on developments in coatings, nearshore and floating LNG, automation and control, a valves Q&A, and much more.

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Time for a switch to bio-LNG?
Kunal Sawhney, Kalkine Group, Australia, considers bio-LNG as an ideal alternative to fossil fuels for meeting zero carbon emission targets without hampering energy security.

Driving sustainability through digitalisation
Axel Lorenz, Siemens, describes how digitalisation can develop sustainability further within the process industry.

Ensuring quality through analysis
Sam Miller, Endress+Hauser, USA, examines how tuneable diode laser absorption spectroscopy analysis is increasing the accessibility and reliability of measuring LNG purity, reducing the risks of equipment harm and contaminated product during liquefaction.

Creating copper-free antifouling coatings
Alan Guy and Carl Barnes, Safinah Group, explore some of the recent developments in copper-free antifouling coatings.

Built to perform
William P. Schmidt, Damian Vujcich, and Christopher R. Butler, Air Products, discuss which type of heat exchanger is best for producing LNG, outlining the advantages of each.

Forecasting the future of LNG
Danny Constantinis, EM&I Group, Malta, outlines what the future looks like for nearshore and floating LNG.

Safe and secure
Friedhelm Best, Vice President HIMA Asia Pacific Region, Malaysia, details the various solutions available for floating LNG production plants to increase their level of safety.

Rising to the challenge
Gavin Forward, Houlder, UK, highlights the growing need for LNG to be transferred in a wider range of locations, resulting in the implementation of modular, tailored solutions that meet specific LNG infrastructure requirements and satisfy local supply chains.

Valves Q&A
LNG Industry talks to experts from Zwick Armaturen GmbH, Quadax Valves, and Baker Hughes about a range of topics related to valve technology and its applications in the LNG industry.

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