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Reinventing the wheel

Jan-Olaf Probst, DNV GL, Germany, looks at the groundbreaking conversion of the Sajir containership to LNG propulsion.

A reason to celebrate

Gordon Cope, contributing editor, asks if the good times will last for European LNG importers.


Riding the global waves of change

Alap Shah, Black & Veatch, USA, outlines how big trends in gas-to-power are pushing LNG to prominence in the global power portfolio.


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Be prepared

Sergey Tarasov and Vittorio Esposito, Wärtsilä Voyage Solutions, Finland, and Gert Bunt, CSMART, the Netherlands, review a new approach to the development of LNG fuel system simulators and customer experience of their usage.

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Time to stay strong

Bernadette Cullinane and Nye Hill, Deloitte, Australia, take a detailed look at the current state of affairs in the global LNG industry, with particular focus on Asia.

 

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A question of scope and extent

Samik Mukherjee and Don Hill, McDermott International, Inc., USA, review modularisation options and applications in the context of new liquefaction projects.

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Latin America and the Caribbean in focus

Myles Mantle, Andreas Silcher and Chrysa Kitsou, Haynes and Boone CDG, LLP, UK, provide a regional report on the LNG industry in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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Africa heats up

Gordon Cope, contributing editor, discusses the number of opportunities to monetise natural gas reserves that are opening up in many African countries.


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A small fortune

Tushar Patel, Atlas Copco Gas and Process, looks at the growing small scale LNG market and the key role that compressors have to play in ensuring its optimisation.

Eight key trends

Jenny Kelly, Gastech, UK, introduces the eight industry trends that will impact gas in the future energy landscape.

O Canada

Thomas Liles, Rystad Energy, Norway, discusses Canada’s potential as a global LNG player.

A lifeline for stranded communities

Cameron Dunn, Arup, USA, describes how smaller, prefabricated tanks could help island nations and remote regions transition to cleaner, cheaper and more secure energy.

An LNG consuming giant

Peter Kiernan, Economist Intelligence Unit, Singapore, reviews China’s status, growth and current activities in the LNG industry.

Stay cool

Todd Olin, Emerson Automation Solutions, USA, describes how temperature monitoring can smooth out startup and loading cycles, while minimising thermal shock at LNG terminals.