White papers: Air Products
Air Products is a world leader in LNG technology and equipment as a majority of the world’s LNG is produced with our coil wound heat exchangers (CWHE) and liquefaction technology.
With over 50 years of experience designing, engineering, and manufacturing CWHEs, Air Products provides customers around the globe with industry leading technology for large export, small and mid-sized, and floating LNG plants to optimise the facility’s overall performance, cost, operability, and availability.
Train size and liquefaction process influence the overall capacity and size of an FLNG vessel. Air Products shares key considerations to maximize LNG production in the smallest footprint and lowest module weight.
Published on the 01 November 2023
Air Products’ small scale LNG liquefaction designs offer big benefits, leveraging world-class technology tailored for high efficiency, superior performance, and low total overall cost of ownership.
Published on the 01 August 2023
LNG plants require cryogenic heat exchangers to liquefy natural gas. This paper outlines the features of the two most common types and why coil wound heat exchangers are the best choice for producing large quantities of LNG.
Published on the 20 March 2023
Air Product's white paper shows that gas expansion cycles can provide significant power savings when operating at ambient temperatures well below the design point.
Published on the 17 August 2022
New natural gas liquefaction projects require efficient, low CAPEX nitrogen removal options. This article will describe the steps to select the best nitrogen removal option for an LNG plant.
Published on the 13 April 2022
Read this white paper to learn more about the advantages of gas expansion processes and why these cycles are particularly attractive for arctic applications.
Published on the 01 November 2021
This white paper explores how to find the right combination of LNG subcooling and end-flash.
Published on the 30 June 2021
This white paper discusses advancements in offshore natural gas liquefaction technology.
Published on the 01 March 2021