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September 2021

The September issue of LNG Industry is packed full of informative technical articles covering LNG shipping, compressors and turbines, LNG fuel solutions, terminals, and more. The issue also includes a regional report addressing the LNG sector in Asia, in addition to our annual Gastech Preview, highlighting some of the participants involved in this year’s event.

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No stopping for Asia's LNG
Ben Smith (Singapore) and Penny Cygan-Jones (UK), Norton Rose Fulbright, explain why the Asian LNG market will be increasingly important to the global LNG industry in the future.

Versatility, key for a changing world
Ezequiel Orlandi and Emmanuel Rousseau, GTT, France, detail the maritime industry’s available options for contributing to a more sustainable world.

Flying the flag of decarbonisation
Thomas Klenum and Dallas Smith, Liberian International Ship and Corporate Registry (LISCR), look at the decarbonisation of shipping from the perspective of a flag state, and outline how the IMO’s agenda is set to shape the industry.

The road to H2
Justin Ellrich and Carina Winters, Black & Veatch Corporation, USA, explain the role of LNG technology in the hydrogen transition.

Gas for a greener future
Paty Ortega Mitchell, Sempra LNG, USA, considers the route to decarbonisation and how the company’s infrastructure is well-positioned to lead in the energy transition.

Trend spotting
Tim Fourteau (Singapore), Alex Woody (Japan), and Yun Yong (Singapore), White & Case, discuss several trends in LNG SPAs and the broader LNG market.

Fleets of the future
Noah Silberschmidt, Silverstream Technologies, UK, explains why greening LNG carrier fleets is a commercial necessity as the global shipping industry looks to decarbonise.

Smooth sailing
Dr Markus Hoffmann, I-Tech AB, Sweden, discusses the impact and cost of barnacles and why they matter to LNG’s success as a marine fuel.

Problem avoidance in impellers
Hanxiang Jin, Rambabu Chundru, and Brian Pettinato, Elliott Group, USA, discuss fit capacity and torque predictions for impellers used in the LNG industry.

Igniting innovation
Tommaso Olivieri and Daniele Marcucci, Baker Hughes, Italy, share how continuous improvement and innovation can lead to lower emissions in LNG plants.

Pump it greener
Stefano Calandri, Vanzetti Engineering, Italy, provides an overview of the journey of LNG and the role of cryogenic pumps throughout the stages.

Positioned to weather the storms
Lyle Hanna, Commonwealth LNG, USA, provides an overview of the 8.4 million tpy export LNG terminal project under development in Louisiana, US.

Opening the door to business in Ecuador
Nelson Jaramillo Pita, SYCAR LLC, USA, discusses Ecuador’s changing energy landscape and the start of foreign breakthrough into the country’s natural gas and LNG markets.

Insulation: 5 reasons why
Jack Bittner, Johns Manville, USA, describes the factors to consider for insulating LNG pipes and mitigating water and vapour from entering a system.

LNG invasion phenomenon
David Gomez, Alberto Ramos, and Daniel Rivera, SacyrFluor, Spain, detail a case study of an LNG invasion phenomenon in carbon steel pipes, using dynamic simulation to study the kinetics.

Gastech 2021 Preview
LNG Industry previews a selection of companies that will be exhibiting or speaking at this year's Gastech in Dubai, UAE (21 - 23 September 2021).

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