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May 2022

The May issue of LNG Industry is packed full of informative technical articles covering LNG fuel solutions, metering and monitoring, coating technology, LNG terminals, vaporisers, FSRUs, and a regional report on emerging markets. In addition, this issue also contains an article looking at the effects of the Russia – Ukraine conflict on the LNG industry, as well as our World Gas Conference Preview, highlighting some of the participants involved in this year’s event.

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Make an entrance
Laura Page, Kpler, UK, explores how the emerging LNG markets in the Philippines, Vietnam, and Hong Kong are gearing up to start imports, how high prices could impact future demand, and outlines the sustainable benefits of LNG.

A seismic shift
David Stokes, Olly Spinks, and David Duncan, Timera Energy, UK, unpack the effects of the Russia - Ukraine conflict in triggering a new LNG market regime and set out its implications for LNG portfolio value and risk.

Bridge the knowledge gap
Tim Wyatt, Cheniere, USA, details how the lifecycle emissions of an LNG cargo can be more accurately estimated, and how the absence of transparent, credible data in this area is being addressed.

A step forward for carbon-neutral LNG
Rogier Beaumont, Head of Atlantic LNG Origination and Global Environmental Solutions, Pavilion Energy, Singapore, outlines how a greenhouse gas methodology for delivered LNG cargoes paves the way towards a carbon-neutral LNG world.

The building blocks for success
Chuck Hayes, Swagelok, USA, describes how to choose the right tube fittings for LNG vehicle and infrastructure projects.

Oceans of potential
Anna Apostolopoulou and Panos Mitrou, Lloyd’s Register, Greece, explain the opportunities presented by floating gas technology, discussing matters such as energy security, affordability, and the choice between building new or converting existing vessels.

El Salvador powers up
Alberto Osorio Liebana and Joel Schroeder, Invenergy, USA, outline how the first FSRU in El Salvador is contributing towards Central America’s energy transition.

The perfect synergy
Kym Winter-Dewhirst, Venice Energy, Australia, explores the promising future of LNG in Australia, detailing how combining renewables with LNG could create an ideal amalgamation.

Future fuels: a story of technical development
Mireille Franco, HSEQ and Technical Department at TotalEnergies Marine Fuels, France, details how technical developments in the LNG bunkering chain will play a pivotal role in enabling the transition to future marine fuel solutions.

The ability to adapt
James Smith, Houlder, UK, details how infrastructure choices made today will determine how much flexibility LNG projects have to evolve over the long-term.

World Gas Conference 2022 preview
LNG Industry previews a selection of companies that will be exhibiting at this year’s World Gas Conference in Daegu, Korea, 23 - 27 May 2022.

Clean Canadian LNG
Scott Neufeld, FortisBC, Canada, outlines why the Tilbury LNG facility is so important for Canada’s energy industry, detailing how it differs from other LNG facilities.

Unlock the energy world
Karthik Sathyamoorthy, President LNG Terminals and Logistics, AG&P Group, Singapore, explores how transitioning to different energy sources, such as LNG, can help emerging economies advance by providing more stable and reliable power supplies.

Innovation in dehydration
Margaret Greene (USA) and Tobias Eckardt (Germany), BASF, and Patrick Peters and Javed Adam (Trinidad and Tobago), EG LNG, discuss how new materials and bed designs can solve molecular sieve degradation issues and increase LNG production.

The key is accuracy
Dr Matthew Hammond, EffecTech, UK, outlines the difficulties that come with measuring LNG, detailing how the calibration of spectroscopic instruments helps to make gas measurement more accurate.

The right tools for the job
Hans-Peter Visser, ASaP B.V., the Netherlands, considers how to measure and sample LNG in a cost-effective and accurate way to make sure every Btu counts.

Focus on fire safety
William Gielen, VIKING Life-saving Equipment, the Netherlands, discusses why investments in fire safety training and equipment are central to marine operations in the LNG industry.

A coat for all climates
Mads Raun Bertelsen, Hempel, Denmark, highlights the importance of utilising a versatile hull coating that keeps fouling at bay in all conditions, regardless of climate or geography.

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