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October 2022

The October issue of LNG Industry features a selection of informative articles on small/mid scale LNG, safety solutions, LNG shipping, software and data management, and much more.

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The value of alternative data
Joao Macalos, QuantCube Technology, France, explores the value of alternative data for delivering real-time insights on LNG and other energy commodities.

A sustainable transition
Giovanni Giorgi, OLT Offshore LNG Toscana, Italy, considers the role of LNG for Italian and European energy independence.

Hydrogen blending and LNG
Jeffery J. Baker and Randall W. Redman, CB&I, USA, detail how hydrogen can impact LNG peak shavers, outlining the solutions to keep LNG peak shavers operational.

Keep the ocean in the ocean
Lorenz Claes, GTT, France, discusses the possibility of LNG carriers operating without ballast water, highlighting how this would be beneficial both from a technical perspective, as well as the preservation of marine biodiversity.

The power of integration
Geir Moholt, Høglund Marine Solutions, addresses the importance of system integration as the adoption of new fuels, such as LNG, increases complexity on board ships.

Storage solutions from special steel
Marco Di Nicola, Sara Evangelisti, and Alessandra Isetto, Gas and Heat, Italy, detail the use of special grade austenitic steel for LNG and alternative fuels tank applications.

Overcoming challenges for the LNG carrier fleet
Rene Laursen, ABS Global Sustainability, Denmark, identifies how new baseline standards and a gradual tightening of permitted carbon emissions pose challenges for the LNG carrier fleet.

Bringing the power
Johan Lillieskold, Gas Solutions Specialist, Schulte Group, Germany, examines how LNG bunker vessels can reduce last-mile costs for ship operators.

Gas detection at the speed of sound
Andrzej Janowski, MSA Safety, Poland, outlines how ultrasonic gas leak detectors provide an additional layer of protection in LNG facilities, and how pairing this with artificial neural network technology can contribute towards more reliable detection of a gas leak.

Data that drives change
Mike Brooks, Aspen Technology, UK, describes how software and data management drive efficiency in the LNG industry.

Going digital
Manish Verma, TMEIC, USA, looks at how digital services can avoid forced outages by turning them into unplanned outages and carve a sustainable path for medium voltage variable frequency drive maintenance.

Time to process
Cyndie Fredrick, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Merichem Process Technologies, USA, discusses the different pre-treatment options available for LNG, outlining the advantages of each.

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