The editors of Hydrocarbon Processing, sister publication to Gas Processing & LNG, will release their “HPI Market Data 2022” annual forecast report in October. This report presents information on global spending and construction projects for the refining, petrochemicals and natural gas sectors, as well as market breakdowns by region and country for each of these industry segments.
In looking at the natural gas/LNG sector, the COVID-19 pandemic has transformed the energy landscape and restructured business priorities. Rather than slowing the energy transition, however, the upheaval caused by the pandemic has fast-forwarded decarbonization efforts by governments and energy supermajors, brought forward the timeline for peak oil demand, fast-tracked the digital transformation in oil and gas, and whetted investor appetites for low-carbon energy technologies.
As the pandemic subsides with greater access to vaccinations, the short-term market volatilities introduced by COVID-19 will give way to more enduring concerns. For fossil fuel producers and processors to survive the business and operational challenges posed by the energy transition—and to take advantage of the opportunities presented by a move toward a greener future—they must apply strategies for emissions reduction, energy efficiency and lower-carbon energy integration. This is particularly true for midstream companies, which deliver the lowest-emissions fossil fuel but find their market shares increasingly challenged by renewable energy.
For in-depth analysis of how these trends will impact global and regional gas/LNG and NGL markets, reserve your copy of the “HPI Market Data 2022” report by visiting store.gulfenergyinfo.com today! GP
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Optimizing Gas Distribution: Accounting for Changeovers, Regulators, and More
Gas distribution systems are critical to the effective operation of many industrial facilities around the world. Despite the importance of these systems, however, opportunities to improve their performance and cost-effectiveness are often missed or misunderstood. Increasing changeover pressure may seem like a good way to improve system flow, for example, but it often does so at the expense of bottled gas. Adding regulators may help you control supply pressure, but it also adds cost to your system. So, how do you know what the ideal gas distribution setup is for you?
Attend this webinar to:
- Gain a basic understanding of the fluid dynamics that affect pressure control in gas distribution systems, learning to interpret flow curves and recognize phenomena like lockup, droop, and supply pressure effect (SPE)
- Learn how inlet pressure affects regulator performance and when to specify certain regulator types and configurations to effectively control gas system pressures
Understand the inherent trade-offs between gas utilization and flow capacity and how to select both the right changeover pressure and automatic changeover panel design for your operations.
May 4, 2021 10:00 AM CDT