Thomas Liles, Rystad Energy, Norway, discusses Canada’s potential as a global LNG player.
Cameron Dunn, Arup, USA, describes how smaller, prefabricated tanks could help island nations and remote regions transition to cleaner, cheaper and more secure energy.
Peter Kiernan, Economist Intelligence Unit, Singapore, reviews China’s status, growth and current activities in the LNG industry.
Todd Olin, Emerson Automation Solutions, USA, describes how temperature monitoring can smooth out startup and loading cycles, while minimising thermal shock at LNG terminals.
Bernadette Cullinane and Steve McGill, Deloitte, Australia, present six lessons that other countries can learn from Australia’s entry into the LNG market.
David Franklin, AG&P Engineering, USA, looks at the use of standardised, scalable designs to improve efficiencies and increase options for users.
Andrew Stafford, Trelleborg Marine Systems, UK, outlines the state of the LNG bunkering market and forecasts the changes and advances we will see in the years to come.
Frank Harteveld, Wärtsila Gas Solutions, Julien Bec, GTT, and Rolf Stiefel, WinGD, describe how three industry leaders have joined forces to promote LNG as a marine fuel.
Andreas Silcher and Chrysa Kitsou, Haynes and Boone CDG, LLP, UK, take a detailed look at the European LNG market.
Nick Prowse and Penny Cygan-Jones, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP, UK, consider the global outlook for the LNG industry, with a focus on recent developments in the US, Asia, Australia, South Africa and Africa.
Chris Dagnall, DNV GL, UK, explains how digitalisation can help deliver condition monitoring and asset management.
Jos Glorie, Cryonorm Systems BV, the Netherlands, evaluates the value of LNG as a marine fuel and outlines Cryonorm’s latest marine fuel system solution.
Maurizio Ciofini, Baker Hughes, a GE company, Italy, presents a new turbine for the LNG industry that has a background in the aviation industry.
Robert Dalziel, Texo Group, UK, outlines the latest developments in the integration of LNG services.