Gas Processing & LNG Podcasts
EVOLUTION AND INNOVATION FOR AN INCREASINGLY DISPERSED LNG MARKET
(May 21, 2021) John Baguley, COO for Magnolia LNG, provides how the LNG market needs to adapt to changes in the global market to reach its full potential. This podcast examines the current LNG market, challenges for producers, economic drivers and market opportunities.
HOW MAINTENANCE AND RELIABILITY IN GAS ANALYSIS SUPPORTS HYDROCARBON PROCESSING INSTALLATIONS
(May 13, 2021) This podcast examines how working with a service support organization to benefit a processing plant's maintenance and reliability goals.
RUSSIA LOOKS TO DOUBLE PETROCHEMICALS AND LPG EXPORTS BY 2025
(March 19, 2021) This Regional Focus looks into Russia's plan to invest heavily in increasing petrochemicals and LPG production, as well as their drive to boost exports of both.
INDUSTRY FOCUS: COMPETITION FOR EUROPE'S LNG MARKET
(January 4, 2021) The level of competition in the global LNG market is rising as major producers look to increase their shares in a market severely weakened by the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes significant competition for Europe's LNG market share, as well as growing LNG demand in Asia.
A PROJECT MANAGER'S CHALLENGES IN LNG MEGAPROJECTS
(December 28, 2020) Most megaprojects suffer from costs and timeline overruns. This podcast details 11 prominent areas project managers should focus on to ensure megaprojects are on-time and on-budget.
SILOED TO CONNECTED: WHY THE OIL & GAS INDUSTRY IS GOING DIGITAL
(November 13, 2020) HPI organizations generate vast amounts of data throughout their operations. It is imperative to utilize this data in the most optimal way. This podcast examines several advanced data management tools to help organizations optimize workflows and bring benefits to the entire enterprise.
MAKING LOW-EMISSIONS LNG A REALITY
(October 8, 2020) This podcast examines specific concepts and technologies used in reducing emissions and effectively decarbonizing LNG production. This includes liquefaction facility design, power generation, renewables and energy storage and digitalization.
SELECTING THE RIGHT GAS ANALYZER TO OPTIMIZE MONITORING OF NOx AND OTHER EMISSIONS
(August 18, 2020) Combustion processes of all types generate emissions of one kind or another. For example, hydrogen- and carbon-based combustion processes produce water and carbon dioxide (CO2), respectively.
Facing regulatory uncertainty, competition from renewable energy and increasing calls for decarbonization, natural gas pipeline operators are studying the blending of hydrogen into their networks to produce lower-carbon methane and test their equipment’s capability for handling H2/methane blends.
Industry Focus: EastMed pipeline faces technical challenges, competition
The outcome of the EastMed pipeline project—a planned, 1,900-km (1,180-mi), subsea pipeline that would supply Europe with 9 Bm3y–12 Bm3y of natural gas from the Eastern Mediterranean—is being closely watched by many on the global stage.
Regional Focus: Africa’s floating LNG sector looks to regain footing post-pandemic
The drive to harness natural gas reserves in Africa is supporting low-emissions energy generation and effective monetization of marginal and small gas fields.
Throughput optimization for pipelines and gas plants
Many processes within oil and gas pipelines and processing plants depend on maintaining specific temperatures and pressures at which the process fluids are liquids or gases. In addition, anytime water is a component in the process fluid hydrates can form and plug piping and vessels. Learn how Sensia’s Throughput optimization solution allows operators, and control systems to “see inside” the process in real time to understand where the facility is operating with respect to critical physical constants, including the phase envelope and hydrate temperature. This insight allows for more stable operation, reduced energy expenditure and associated emissions, and greater facility throughput. Case studies will include controlling methanol injection, managing heaters, virtual sensors for sulfur recovery units and more.
April 1, 2021 10:00 AM CDT