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March 2010

The Spring issue of LNG Industry takes a look at the role of LNG in the Middle East, with a particular focus on Iran and Qatar. Other features focus on legal issues inherent in LNG acquisitions, dispelling myths about the safety risks involved in shipping LNG, and methods for lower cost production.  

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A tale of two natural gas giants
Ng Weng Hoong, LNG Industry Correspondent, Singapore, takes a look at the changing fortunes of the gas industries in Iran and Qatar.

Will Australia be the next Qatar?
Lucy Miller, Douglas-Westwood, UK, considers the current and future prospects for the LNG sector.

The world’s largest LNG export facility
Capt. Feisal A. Saad, Qatar Petroleum, Qatar, discusses the ongoing development of Ras Laffan Industrial City.

Global LNG transportation
Yannis Calogeras, Bureau Veritas, France, discusses the latest developments in the field of LNG transportation.

Acquiring LNG assets
Jason Bennett and Jay Heidbrink, Baker Botts L.L.P., USA, point out the legal ramifications of potential LNG acquisitions.

Dispelling myths about LNG ship risks
Jeffrey P. Beale, CH-IV International, USA, reveals the myths and realities surrounding LNG ship safety.

Optimising safety and performance in LNG transfer
Evert van Bokhorst, TNO Science and Industry, The Netherlands, discusses progress in the qualification of cryogenic hoses.

Insulation and LNG
Steve Oslica and Allen Dickey, Pittsburgh Corning, USA, consider the key elements of effective insulation for LNG facilities.

Receiving the challenge
Martin te Lintelo, Yokogawa Europe B.V., The Netherlands, discusses high level control system design for LNG receiving terminals.

Simple, lower cost LNG production
Paul Bridgwood, LNG Limited and Don Hill, CB&I Lummus, USA, identify a new process that is set to change the direction of future LNG projects.

It’s a roll-over...
Pieter Versluijs, Wartsila France s.a.s., France, illustrates the dangers of tank stratification and roll-over management.

The sweetening treatment
W. Nehb, Lurgi GmbH, Germany, discusses a modern concept for enhanced sulfur recovery from natural gas sources.

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