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June 2011

The Summer issue of LNG Industry features a regional report on the European LNG market. Other articles consider the future of LNG in the global energy mix, methods for effective terminal and FLNG carrier operations, and technological innovations.

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LNG news

Can Europe sustain its LNG growth?
Andy Flower, Waterborne Energy, discusses the continuing growth of European LNG imports.

Shifting demand
Chris Holmes, Purvin & Gertz, UK, describes the impact of the Great East Japan Earthquake on LNG supply to Europe.

LNG in the UK
John Crawford, UK Trade and Investment Energy Team, UK, discusses the broad base of technical LNG engineering expertise in the UK.

Fuelling the future
Jason Franks, Gastech, UK, discusses the future of natural gas in the global energy mix, as predicted at this year’s Gastech Conference and Exhibition in Amsterdam.

LNG made easy
Lars Odeskaug, TORP LNG, Norway, discusses the operation of the EasyLNG regasification terminal.

Automating FLNG
Sverre Smemo and Wim van Loon, Emerson, Europe, outline best practice for automating the operation of FLNG vessels.

A dependable escort
Paul D. Harold, P.E. Markey Machinery Company, USA, discusses the development of winch technology to aid LNG berthing operations.

Qualifying new LNG technology
Evert van Bokhorst and Willem Kuipers, TNO, The Netherlands, explain the benefits of using full scale testing facilities to qualify new LNG technology.

LNG innovation
Allan Hollington, Hertel, Australia, points out the advantages of testing advanced new materials and practices for LNG applications.

From jam to aerogels...
John Williams, Aspen Aerogels, USA, discusses the applications for aerogels in cryogenic insulation.

The world’s largest compressor string
Paolo Batt Agli, GE Oil & Gas, USA, gives an overview of the installation and startup of the world’s largest LNG compressor train.

Optimising heat exchangers
Dennis Long, Watlow Electric Mfg Co., UK, explains the methods of optimising the applications of direct electric heat exchangers in energy processes.

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