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Update: TPS rescheduled

Turbomachinery & Pump Symposia, TPS, has been rescheduled to 12 – 14 December 2017.


B.C. LNG on standby: part two

Matthew D. Keen and Emily Chan, Norton Rose Fulbright, Canada, look at some of the risks faced by LNG projects in British Columbia and the possible consequences of recent industry trends.


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B.C. LNG on standby: part one

Matthew D. Keen and Emily Chan, Norton Rose Fulbright, Canada, look at some of the risks faced by LNG projects in British Columbia and the possible consequences of recent industry trends.

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Heat Technology Q&A

As part of the Heat Technology Q&A, Hydrocarbon Engineering questioned a number of downstream heat technology experts about R&D, testing and design, efficiency improvements and the overall market outlook.

An inspector calls

John van Voorbergen, Temati BV, The Netherlands, explains why proper installation and inspection is crucial for ensuring the efficiency of LNG insulation systems.

 

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Digitalising LNG shipping

Ignacio Labarthe, Veson Nautical, USA, explains how maritime software innovation is helping the LNG shipping industry to maximise efficiency.

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Technology and training

Angelo Lo Nigro, RINA Consulting, Italy, looks at the importance of operator training for LNG facilities, and explains the role that new technology is playing in the training industry.

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Planning ahead

Joost Smits, Systems Navigator, the Netherlands, explains how advanced planning and scheduling technology can help plant operators to solve major service level issues.


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Shoot for the sky

Maurizio Ciofini, Italy, and Ian Kay and Tayo Montgomery, USA, GE Oil & Gas, present a gas turbine solution for the LNG industry that was originally developed for commercial airliners.

A first for Sweden

Dan-Erik Andersson, Gothenburg Port Authority, Sweden, looks at the challenges and execution of Sweden’s first ship-to-ship LNG bunkering operation.

New compact compressor solution

Martin Grolms, Neuman & Esser, Germany, outlines two different compressor technologies combined for a floating storage and regasification unit in Dubai.

LNG is dead, long live (F)LNG?

Tom Haylock, Aragon, asks whether floating LNG is seeing an opportunity to challenge traditional onshore LNG solutions thanks to the current market situation.

Selecting the right driver for LNG liquefaction

Patrice Bardon, VP of Client Services LNG at the Dresser-Rand business, part of Siemens Power & Gas Division, discusses how to select the right driver for LNG liquefaction.

Clear communication

Niki Thomas, Quorum Business Solutions, USA, explains how to improve the customer experience for LNG operations by streamlining communication between internal and external users.