Skip to main content

June 2023

The June issue of LNG Industry includes a regional report on Canada, LNG process technology, LNG shipping, storage, software, and more. You can also read our LNG2023 Preview, which looks at a selection of companies that will be exhibiting at this year’s event in Vancouver, Canada.

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

Register for free »
Get started now for absolutely FREE, no credit card required.


Capitalising on Canada's LNG
Jamie Brick, Pradhuman Aggarwal, Luciano Di Fiori, Dumitru Dediu, and John Parsons, McKinsey & Company, explore how Canada could capitalise on the opportunity to become a major LNG exporter.

The key to efficient LNG
Enver Karakas, Ph.D, Elliott Group, USA, details LNG liquefaction and refrigeration process improvements that occur when using two-phase flashing expanders.

Make the most of manual sampling
Pierre Barere and Gilles Tissot, OPTA-PERIPH, explain how liquid phase manual sampling can help resolve the challenges associated with FRSU and LPG carriers.

Going farther by staying near
Justin Ellrich, Black & Veatch Corporation, examines the potential benefits of nearshore floating LNG solutions.

Looking to the future of LNG
Maximilian Rockall, Michelle Glassman Bock, and Christopher Bloch, Squire Patton Boggs, provide a year-in-review for 2022, and look at what lies ahead in 2023 for LNG.

The path to a low-carbon future
Ir. Dr Chan Tuck Leong, PETRONAS, Malaysia, highlights strategies for decarbonising the LNG value chain.

Manage the pressure
Owners and operators have an increasing interest in maximising the efficiency and environmental friendliness of their ships. TGE Marine Gas Engineering discusses why the right boil-off gas management system choice plays a crucial role for LNG-powered vessels.

Accelerating towards ambitious alternatives
Volker Schulz, Endress+Hauser, Germany, describes how LNG and hydrogen are viewed as fossil fuel alternatives, and discusses the challenges of safe storage and distribution of the alternative fuels.

Optimising the energy value chain
Gerard Bottino, Panametrics, a Baker Hughes business, France, maps out the challenges in metering and monitoring key medium throughout the LNG value chain.

On course in deep cold
Claudia Homburg, VEGA, Germany, considers the importance of radar level measurement in ensuring cryogenic applications are safe and secure.

Building plants for a positive future
Andres Saldivia, Stirling Cryogenics, the Netherlands, outlines the benefits of using alternative fuels such as biomethane and bio-LNG, and details how more biomethane plants are being constructed to support the future energy mix.

LNG2023 Preview
LNG Industry previews a selection of companies that will be exhibiting at this year’s LNG2023 in Vancouver, Canada, from 10 – 13 July 2023.

An air of importance
Mehdy Touil, Capstone Industrial Training Solutions, delves into the impact of hot air recirculation on production in baseload LNG plants.

The recipe for LNG portfolio management and optimisation success
Proshun Sinha-Ray and Ludovic Aldersley, Minimax Labs, address the unique complexities of LNG, and how they directly impact all aspects of LNG portfolio management and optimisation.

Visualising the digital future
Craig Harclerode and Dr Stuart Parker, AVEVA, USA, detail how to enable LNG digital capacity, agility, and decarbonisation through the use of LNG digital twins.

What does optimal look like?
Magnus Ulseth, Director of LNG and Midstream Products, Quorum Software, explores how software can ensure optimal use of LNG infrastructure.

Register for free »
Get started now for absolutely FREE, no credit card required.