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March 2024

Dive into our latest issue of LNG Industry covering topics such as: liquefaction technology, floating LNG, remote monitoring, LNG carriers! The March issue features contributions from companies like Baker Hughes, Wärtsilä, EnerMech and more – as well as a regional report looking at China’s role in the LNG market.

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Considering China's role in LNG
Jessica Casey, LNG Industry, UK, provides a brief overview of China’s LNG industry.

AI sentinels
Rotem Battat, Chief Product Officer, Captain’s Eye, Singapore, establishes how artificial intelligence surveillance can improve safety in the LNG maritime industry.

Decarbonising LNG
Tommaso Rubino, LNG Strategic Development Manager, Enrico Calamai, LNG Strategic and Growth Manager, Rossella Palmieri, LNG Decarbonisation Manager, Baker Hughes, Italy, outline the delivery of LNG facilities for low-carbon operations.

Considerations in designing floating LNG assets
Keith Hutchinson, Head of the Professional Technical and Engineering Services and Senior Consultant in Whole Ship Design and Naval Architecture, Safinah Group, UK, discusses the key drivers and safety aspects to be considered in designing floating LNG assets for exploiting stranded gas reserves worldwide.

Putting the Elbehafen terminal on the fast-track
Eric Farrell, Head of Commissioning at EnerMech, summarises how experience, expertise, and the right company ethos are key to safely and efficiently delivering fast-track projects.

The impact of rapid LNG growth
Since February 2022, LNG has become an even more vital component in the global energy mix as energy security climbs the agenda. Jose Navarro, Lloyd’s Register’s Global Gas Technology Director, addresses some of the pressures being put on safety as a result of the rapid expansion of LNG.

Vessel efficiency bubbling up for LNG carriers
The LNG carrier segment is recognising the need for improved vessel and fuel efficiency – clean technology can meet those needs today and in the future, says Alistair Mackenzie, Chief Commercial Officer at Silverstream Technologies.

A new standard of BOG management
With its increased focus on environmentally-friendly designs and operations, the global LNG carrier fleet has accepted boil-off gas management systems as the de-facto standard for today’s LNG carrier designs. Pål Steinnes, Heads of Sales and Business Development for Midstream and LNG, Wärtsilä, Norway, examines developments that have been made for enhanced flexibility and efficiency of cargo management on LNG carriers.

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