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January 2024

The January issue of LNG Industry starts with a keynote report from Kalkine, looking at how an unprecedented jump in LNG prices could present opportunities to emerging markets. The issue also includes a range of technical articles on developments in coatings, LNG shipping, automation, and more.

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An evolving landscape
Kunal Sawhney, Kalkine, Australia, analyses how Russia’s invasion of Ukraine led to an unprecedented jump in LNG prices.

Keeping it simple
Jonathan Berg, Christopher Elko, Christoper Ott, and Colton Schrettner, Air Products, consider liquefaction trains for modern LNG facilities.

Solving the solvent issue
Tony Collins, EonCoat, USA, examines health and safety best practices for solvent exposure.

The new era of fire protection
Richard Holliday, Global Director – Hydrocarbon Fire Protection, Corporate Science and Technology, PPG, identifies how to elevate passive fire protection to meet the demands of harsh climates and the LNG boom.

Going for growth
Florian Krauss, Proposal Manager, and Jakob Nielsen, Senior Sales Manager, TGE Marine, Germany, explain why LNG is set to play an important role within the fast-growing liquid carbon dioxide carrier sector.

Clean hulls, protect oceans
Tor Østervold, ECOsubsea, Norway, details sustainable high-tech solutions to the global scourge of biofouling.

Strategies for the digital age
Craig Harclerode, AVEVA, USA, looks at enabling a new level of performance, capability, and sustainability across the LNG value chain.

Cryogenic bridges
Alexander Ellis III, Managing Partner, Thomas Quine, Technology Partner, and Scott Shields, Commercial Partner, New Energy Development CompanyTM, USA, highlight cryogenic storage system designs.

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