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Keep within your limits

James R. Lowery, Baker Hughes, USA, considers how best to reduce emissions leaked from control valves, in order to better comply with industry standards and requirements.

LNG from the land down under

Peter Kiernan, the Economist Intelligence Unit, Singapore, takes a detailed look at the Australian LNG market.


Optimising LNG voyages

Pekka Pakkanen, NAPA Shipping Solutions, Finland, discusses how to use better data to tackle shipping’s most complicated voyages.


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Driving efficiency

Aaron Stephenson, Cheniere, USA, explains the importance of driving efficiency through debottlenecking and optimisation.

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New customers for a new decade

Bernadette Cullinane and Nye Hill, Deloitte, Australia, discuss the growing importance of emerging markets in the global LNG industry.

 

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Optimising the pipe support process

Stuart Barry, Bergen Pipe Supports (India) Private Ltd, UK, discusses some of the challenges of supporting and restraining cryogenic pipework.

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Global LNG Outlook 2020

Nick Prowse and Penny Cygan-Jones, Norton Rose Fulbright, UK, take a look at what’s on the horizon for the year ahead.


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Ahead of the curve

Nathan Brunell and Alessandro Bernardi, Baker Hughes, explore the latest trends and developments in the cryogenic valve sector.

The new market reality

Marco Ferrara, Italy, and Rick Liberson, USA, Emerson, discuss the importance of superior fit-for-purpose valve technology for the LNG value chain.

Fit for purpose

Mike Sicker and Shunichi Kuba, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America, USA, explain why the application of two-shaft industrial gas turbine technology is ideally suited for large scale mechanical drive applications.

Momentum, headwinds and opportunity

Gil Porter, Brad Richards and Chad Mills, Haynes and Boone, USA, discuss how the US will handle the next wave of LNG projects.