The December issue of LNG Industry features a detailed regional report which discusses the year of 2020 and takes a look at what is on the horizon for LNG in 2021. The issue is also packed full of a variety of in-depth technical articles covering pumps and valves, insulation, small/mid scale LNG, gas pretreatment, and more.
This month's front cover is brought to you by Golden Pass LNG.
The wild ride from 2020 to 2021
Nick Prowse and Penny Cygan-Jones, Norton Rose Fulbright, UK, discuss the year of 2020 and take a look at what is on the horizon for LNG in 2021.
Problems and prizes
Augusto Bulte, Madanmohan Patel, and Fabio Salazar, Wood, USA, explore how best to deal with the presence of oxygen and lean helium in feed gas for LNG plants.
Eric Linsner, LNG Specialist, International Registries, Inc., USA, discusses the progress and challenges for the use of LNG as a marine fuel in small scale applications.
Big benefits from small solutions
Sasha Strasser PhD and Toby Hahn, Sulzer Chemtech Inc., USA, review some of the latest cost-effective and flexible solutions designed to enhance decentralised LNG production.
A one-two punch for pool fires
Brandon Stambaugh, Owens Corning, USA, considers the application of multi-prong insulation to reduce LNG pool fires, improving safety and reducing facility footprint.
Level up your LNG energy savings
Sarah Claybaugh, Thermaxx Jackets, USA, discusses the importance of cryogenic insulation in the LNG industry and how investing in advanced insulation solutions can be of great benefit to plant operators.
From Texas to the world
Renwick DeVille, Golden Pass LNG, USA, provides an overview of the history of the Golden Pass LNG project and its impact on the LNG industry, the US, and the world.
Always keep a spare handy
Tony Bradley, Severn Glocon Group, UK, shares some insights into the critical role of valve spares in effective LNG control.
A customised recipe
Christian Klatt and Johannes Mohr, CEROBEAR, Germany, detail how custom engineered bearing solutions can increase the productivity and service life of LNG pumps.
Transforming the terminal
Davor Rubinic, Siemens Energy, Germany, outlines how as the speed and complexity of transfer logistics have increased in recent years, so has the need for optimised product transfer and utilisation.
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