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Quench the flare

Christian Belting-Clar and Leonid Bleicher, Dresser-Rand business, discuss minimising the loss of BOG in the LNG industry.

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.

Keeping your cool

SCHOTT Eternaloc® terminal headers offer reduced total cost of ownership and peace of mind.

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A change of course

Richard Bass, Navigant Consulting Inc., UK, looks at how the East Mediterranean gas market has changed over the last 10 years, with particular focus on Egypt, Israel and Cyprus.

 

Storage in severe conditions

Julien Castres Saint Martin, VINCI Construction Grands Projets, France, and Patrick Genoud, Entrepose Contracting, France, look at the safe delivery of large LNG storage tanks in severe conditions, from Western Australia to Northern Siberia.

Tip of the iceberg

Bureau Veritas Marine & Offshore Division explains the importance of risk analysis to help overcome the extreme challenges of developing LNG projects in the high Arctic.

The shifting LNG market

Norton Rose Fulbright assesses key industry and geopolitical events that have shaped the current LNG market.


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Dropping anchor

Global Maritime Vryhof and Deep Sea Mooring look at the challenges of mooring and anchoring operations for floating LNG industry projects.

Evolving capabilities in an evolving LNG market

In the current shifting LNG market, there is a trend towards greater short-termism, fed by competition from an increasingly wide variety of supply side participants.

LNG demand growth prospects

King and Spalding’s Richard Nelson outlines where he considers to be the best LNG demand growth prospects.

The rise of small scale LNG

Claudio Rodriguez, Enagás, Spain, discusses small scale and LNG bunkering challenges in Southwest Europe.

The rise of shorter term contracts?

Ryan Schleicher, Joran Cove LNG, expects long-term contracts that expire over the next 10 years to be replaced with spot or mid-term contracts.