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Special reports

 

Polyisocyanurate vs. cellular glass

Johns Manville looks at the differences between polyisocyanurate (PIR) and cellular glass insulations and discusses which one is better for LNG pipe insulation applications.

 
 

A polar adventure

Alexandre Tocatlian and Eric Minaux, GTT, France, provide detailed insight into how the company helped make the first polar exploration vessel powered by LNG possible.

 
 

The May issue of LNG Industry is online

The May issue includes a regional report on the Mediterranean, as well as a number of technical articles on topics such as shipping, coatings and protection, cruise shipping, tugs and towage, and LNG as a marine fuel.

 

Building on experience

Jippe van Eijnatten, Titan LNG, the Netherlands, reviews how LNG bunkering has advanced from truck-to-ship to ship-to-ship operations and how the sector continues to evolve to meet new challenges.

 

Shaking up the market

Andreas Silcher and Chrysa Kitsou, Haynes and Boone CDG, LLP, UK, take a detailed look at the Mediterranean LNG market.

 

Cash in on condition monitoring

Michael Hastings, Brüel & Kjær Vibro GmbH, Denmark, examines how today’s condition monitoring technology has evolved to contribute significant value to LNG production assets.

 
 

Canadian LNG: the road to success

Thomas Liles, Rystad Energy, Norway, takes a detailed look at the current state of the Canadian LNG market and where it is headed.

 

Taking loading systems to the next level

Stephane Paquet, TechnipFMC Loading Systems, France, discusses the development of green, simple and cost-effective loading systems for LNG applications.

 

All aboard the mega-train

Mark Roberts, Jeremy Beard, Chris Ott and William A. Kennington, Air Products and Chemicals, Inc., USA, look at advancements in LNG mega-train process technology.

 

The rise of China

Rob Patterson and Myles Mantle, UK, and Liza Mark, China, Haynes and Boone, take an in-depth look at the Chinese LNG market.

 

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.