The March issue of LNG Industry features a regional report on China, which takes an in-depth look at the Chinese LNG market. The issue also features technical articles on training & development, heat exchangers, gas pretreatment, insulation and LNG shipping & trade.
The rise of China
Rob Patterson and Myles Mantle, UK, and Liza Mark, China, Haynes and Boone, take an in-depth look at the Chinese LNG market.
The key to safety
Eric Linsner, International Registries, Inc., USA, explains how international cooperation is key to achieving safety in the LNG shipping industry.
High fives for MEG4
Veronika Aspelund, Wilhelmsen Ships Service, Norway, explains why the latest mooring guidelines should be viewed as a much-needed catalyst for positive change.
Optimising bunkering arms
Jacko de Vries, JLA Loading Technology, the Netherlands, introduces a new LNG bunkering arm for safe and efficient operation.
Simulated practice makes perfect
Ray Gillett, GTT Training, UK, outlines the increasingly important role of simulators in the training of personnel to ensure greater safety during operations involving LNG onboard vessels.
Don’t let it all go to waste
Rahul Khandelwal, Sulzer, USA, discusses the utilisation of landfill gas as an opportunity to take a step towards a decarbonised future.
Keep it clean
Sjaak van Veelen, MPR Services, explains how proper amine hygiene helps operators meet the specifications and regulations of LNG production.
Spraying for success
Andreas Norberg, LNT Marine, Norway, provides an introduction to the design, research and development of spray foam insulation systems for a variety of LNG fuel and cargo storage applications.
All aboard the mega-train
Mark Roberts, Jeremy Beard, Chris Ott and William A. Kennington, Air Products and Chemicals, Inc., USA, look at advancements in LNG mega-train process technology.
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