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November 2022

The November issue of LNG Industry features a selection of informative articles on pumps and valves, automation and control, LNG storage, a tanks Q&A, and much more.

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The return of the long-term LNG SPA
Rob Butler, Baker Botts, UK, looks at the data behind LNG contracting activity over the last five years in order to establish whether there has been a resurgence in long-term LNG contracts, and considers what is driving change in LNG contracting behaviour during this period.

Learning the ropes for mooring safety and sustainability
Veronika Aspelund, Wilhelmsen Ships Service, Norway, considers how investing in better and higher-durability ropes promotes safety in vessel mooring operations, as well as lowering environmental impact and reducing the cost of replacement.

Bring in the energy
Kjell Ove Ulstein and Per Helge Madsen, Wärtsilä Gas Solutions Norway AS, examine the development of water glycol heated regasification systems for use on FSRUs and offshore jetties.

Tanks Q&A
LNG Industry asked several companies to discuss some issues regarding LNG tanks.

Designing tailored solutions for the LNG supply chain
Sunil Biswas and André Jäger, ION Commodities, explore how technology can integrate and streamline the LNG market.

Advanced asset condition monitoring and analytics
Michael Hastings and Jonathan Fox, B&K Vibro, detail how a typical condition monitoring and diagnostic solution can be enhanced using a data historian in the LNG industry.

Multi-purpose pumps for performance
Stefano Calandri, Vanzetti Engineering, Italy, studies the response to the technological evolution of engines with a view to greater efficiency and intensified deployment of LNG structures.

Enhancing pump performance
Enver Karakas PhD and Robert Mollath, Elliott Group, USA, describe how to enhance cavitation performance in cryogenic centrifugal pumps, using a case study as an example.

Small scale but mighty
Karthik Sathyamoorthy, President, AG&P LNG Terminals & Logistics, analyses how small scale LNG technologies and transportation models are shaping the future of natural gas, whilst providing emerging countries with an uninterrupted supply of clean energy.

Coatings that don't cost the earth
Tony Collins, EonCoat, USA, explains how the shift towards sustainability has seen an increase in support for LNG storage assets protected by non-toxic coatings.

Strong storage solutions
Edo Vonk, VSL International, highlights the basic guidelines for inspection and maintenance of pre-stressed concrete tanks for LNG and LPG storage, emphasising the differences between the various systems.

Designed to perform and protect
Romuald Machac, Hutchinson, South Korea, outlines high-performance solutions for the LNG industry in terms of insulation, protection, and barriers.

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