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October 2021

The October issue of LNG Industry includes a regional report detailing the Middle East’s LNG sector, not to mention a mix of technical articles covering floating LNG, heat exchangers, LNG bunkering, and more.

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Triumphant return from the desert

Zongqiang Luo (Norway) and Priya Walia (India), Rystad Energy, explore the dynamics of the LNG industry in the Middle East, which is primarily led by the gas powerhouses of Iran and Qatar.

It's a bunkering business
Jeff Pollack and Peyton Heinz, Port of Corpus Christi, USA, provide an overview of how LNG bunkering is advancing decarbonisation, focusing specifically on port infrastructure developments.

Keeping an eye on the transfer of heat
Paul Heinz and Christoph Heckmann, Linde Engineering, Germany, explain how digital twins are being developed for plate-fin heat exchangers.

Sustaining LNG growth
Richard Bowcutt, Heatric, UK, indicates how heat exchangers are fundamental to realising the benefits of LNG and cleaner energy.

Leave refrigerants out in the cold
Michael Cacciapalle, Mark Roberts, Chris Ott, and Fei Chen, Air Products and Chemicals, Inc., USA, describe the advantages of gas-expansion processes and why these cycles are particularly attractive for arctic applications.

A floating lifeline for cleaner power
Mehmet Katmer, Karpowership, Turkey, explains how floating LNG assets can help alleviate energy poverty by providing countries with access to this transitional fuel.

To float or not to float
Tor-Ivar Guttulsrod, ABS, Norway, explains how class support continues to be critical for a new generation of export and fuel supply projects.

One platform for data
Steffen Zendler, Heavy Industry - Strategy and Marketing Manager, EMEA, Rockwell Automation, Germany, illustrates the implementation of a new automation system for onboard LNG applications.

Motors in beast mode
Marek Lukaszczyk, WEG, UK, explains how optimising motor performance can contribute to more efficient and effective production processers in the oil and gas industry.

Rise to the challenge
Ingo Emde, R. STAHL, Germany, discusses the challenges of fuel gas supply systems and how these can be addressed through the installation of a remote I/O system.

How much do you lift?
Garima Khanna, Sarens, Belgium, takes us through some of the company’s most recent LNG projects and details the technicalities of performing lifts for this sector.

15 facts on... the Middle East

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