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November 2020

The November issue of LNG Industry includes a regional report that focuses on the LNG markets in Latin America and the Caribbean. The issue also features a variety of in-depth technical articles covering trade and finance, heat exchangers, LNG distribution, regas equipment, and more.

This month's front cover is brought to you by Uniper.


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Contents

More natural beauty than natural gas
Myles Mantle, Andreas Silcher, and Chrysa Kitsou, Haynes and Boone, UK, explore the LNG markets in Latin America and the Caribbean, addressing recent activity and future developments.

From 2020's balancing act to a decarbonised future
Jaqueline Hortlik and Jens Ketteler, Uniper, Germany, review the state of LNG supply and demand during 2020 so far and its role in the global energy transition moving forward.

Clauses, contracts, and COVID-19
Richard Nelson (Singapore), Zoë Bromage (Singapore), and Kristian Whitaker (UK), King & Spalding, provide a detailed analysis of the impact of the coronavirus on LNG contracting trends, as well as a discussion of future trends and lessons that can be learnt from this time of crisis.

Up 10 in the first 12
Mark Jones, Stellar Energy, USA, addresses how to navigate growth plans in an uncertain market, with quick capacity an essential requirement.

The real winner
Mark Casaday, Edge LNG, USA, considers the positive effects experienced by the LNG market from the clampdown on gas flaring.

Fine-tuning filtration for FLNG
Pete McGuigan, Parker Hannifin Ltd, UK, outlines how gas turbine air intake filtration solutions can help maximise floating LNG production.

A journey through testing
Manish Verma and Jay Park, TMEIC, USA, consider the types of testing available for large electric motors and VFD-driven compressors.

Grasping the potential
Kjell Ove Ulstein and Per Helge Madsen, Wärtsilä Gas Solutions AS, Norway, review the latest trends occurring in the LNG regasification sector and some of the new regasification technologies and supporting systems currently available and in development for FSRU conversions.

The measurement of success
Prasanth Sreekumar (UAE), Dr. Scott Sutherland (USA), and Dandee Bacani (Japan), Endress + Hauser, describe how the safety and efficiency of LNG import terminals and regasification facilities can be improved.

Is floating power the future of LNG?
Michel Jason Azlir (Malaysia) and Umberto Viviani (Monaco), SBM Offshore, introduce a new LNG floating power plant design that is set to aid the global transition to a low carbon economy.

Focusing on the LNG value chain
Fabrizio Palmeri, Roy Niekerk, and Evgenij Loginov, Kelvion, introduce a new online platform featuring energy-efficient and sustainable heat exchanger solutions for the LNG value chain.

15 facts on... Latin America and the Caribbean


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