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The dash for gas

Paul Sullivan, Steelhead LNG and Commercial Co-Chairman, Gastech Governing Body, outlines the opportunities and challenges facing the global gas industry.

 
 

Under arrest

Fraser Bennie, Alpha Process Controls, UK, examines the role of the fall arrestor in LNG ship-to-ship transfers.

 

Tips for better LNG tenders

Jon Olson, TruMarx Data Partners, USA, and Sam Bulmer, UK, and Tamir Druz, Israel, Capra Energy, outline best practices for LNG tenders.

 

Simulating for success

Joseph McMullen and Livia Wiley, Schneider-Electric, USA, explain the importance of simulation technology when designing LNG plants.

 

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.

 

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.

 

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.

 

Digitalising LNG shipping

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