The July issue of LNG Industry features a regional report that provides an update on the latest accomplishments of the African LNG industry. The issue also includes a range of technical articles covering the following topics: turbomachinery, heat exchangers, transfer systems, simulation, and more.
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Amazing achievements during turbulent times
Nick Prowse, Lizel Oberholzer, Penny Cygan-Jones, and Bethan Walters, Norton Rose Fulbright, provide an update on the latest accomplishments of the African LNG industry.
Collaboration speeds up innovation
James Smith, Houlder, UK, explores how collaboration across the LNG value chain is accelerating the establishment of a truly global LNG market.
There's light on the horizon
Jane K.G. Kristiansen and Tonje Sunde, Connect LNG, Norway, explore the import infrastructure available along South Africa’s coastline and how improvements can be made to strengthen the country’s energy industry.
A floating solution
James Hermary, Trelleborg, France, explains how cryogenic floating hoses can unlock new possibilities in an evolving LNG supply chain.
The future is electric
Jennifer Adams, Siemens, USA, introduces the concept of all-electric LNG, which can provide greater control of LNG plants, as well as lower OPEX and lower emissions.
Improving LNG carrier commercial performance
Maksym Kulitsa, Independent FSRU Consultant, Ukraine, and David Wood, DWA Energy Ltd, UK, outline how the commercial performance of DFDE LNG carriers, operating two-stage low duty compressors, can be improved by prudent use of a pre-cooler.
Stay free from fatigue
Mathis Sander, Alfa Laval, Sweden, discusses contemporary fatigue failure challenges for heat exchangers used in LNG vaporisation at sea.
Turning LNG the colour green
Johann Lainer, Watlow, Austria, investigates the pressures to electrify process heating and the role played by electric heat exchangers.
Efficiency in congested places
Eric Zielinski and Tiziano De Paolis, Saipem, Italy, present a new compact and intrinsically safe gas liquefaction solution.
Set a course for decarbonisation
Mark Bell, Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel (SGMF), UK, outlines how the uptake of LNG has accelerated as the shipping industry’s path to decarbonisation begins to materialise.
An extended reality for LNG
Mika Karaila, Valmet Automation Inc., Finland, presents a simulator platform capable of taking the LNG industry into new realms with extended reality.
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