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Adapting traditional business models for an increasingly fragmented LNG industry
-Thomas Shattuck, Andrew Slaughter, August 01, 2019
Since the 1960s, when LNG was first exported commercially from Algeria, natural gas trade via waterborne cryogenic cargoes has seen consistently strong growth.
Case studies of troubleshooting amine treating foaming—Part 2
-David Engel, Ben Spooner, Michael Sheilan, August 01, 2019
In Part 2 of this article, a second real case is presented for troubleshooting of an amine unit with foaming problems.
Environmental considerations for construction of the Dragón-CIGMA pipeline
-Jose Solano, Mailin Nava, August 01, 2019
Venezuelan state oil firm Petróleos de Venezuela SA (PDVSA) proposed the Mariscal Sucre Project (MSP) to develop offshore gas reservoirs in the northern Paria Peninsula.
Evaluate train size, drivers and digitalization options for mid-scale LNG
-Matthew Russell, Jennifer Adams, August 01, 2019
In some select cases, mid-scale LNG trains (0.5 MMtpy–2 MMtpy) may offer commercial, logistical and financial advantages over large-scale LNG trains.
Floating LNG market overview: Has FLNG crested the wave?
-Liam Kelleher, August 01, 2019
Following the oil price crash in 2014, coupled with the view of an oversupplied LNG market, sanctioned volumes of new LNG supply dropped considerably between 2015 and 2017.
Gas Processing News
-Adrienne Blume, August 01, 2019
Japan’s Kyushu Electric Power Co. agreed to back a study using floating LNG (FLNG) vessels at remote gas fields of 0.5 Tft3–2 Tft3 offshore Australia that would otherwise be untapped.
Global Project Data
-Lee Nichols, August 01, 2019
Hydrocarbon Processing’s Construction Boxscore Database is tracking more than 1,300 projects around the world.
Maintain temperatures in gas sample lines to enhance measurement accuracy
-Randy Rieken, August 01, 2019
Within a gas sampling system, numerous variables can affect the accuracy of analyzer measurements.
New in Gas Processing Technology
-Adrienne Blume, August 01, 2019
BP Ventures has made an investment of $30 MM in Calysta Inc., an alternative protein producer, that will use BP's natural gas to produce protein for fish, livestock and pet feeds.
Opportunities for increasing efficiency in small- to mid-scale LNG plants—Part 1
-Roberto Galavotti, August 01, 2019
A few factors are incentivizing lifecycle cost (LCC)-focused production capacity for mid-scale LNG in a different technological context.

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Editorial Comment
-Adrienne Blume, August 01, 2019
The $26-B small-scale LNG market is gaining exciting traction this year.
Regional Focus: Singapore moves closer to becoming a global LNG trading hub
-Eugene Gerden, August 01, 2019
Amid strong demand for LNG in the Asia-Pacific region and the need to secure regular gas supplies on a large scale, Singapore may become a major regional hub for LNG trade.
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-Adrienne Blume, August 01, 2019
For the third time in its 47-yr history, Gastech is returning to Houston, Texas.

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Editorial Comment
-Adrienne Blume
The $26-B small-scale LNG market is gaining exciting traction this year.
Regional Focus: Singapore moves closer to becoming a global LNG trading hub
-Eugene Gerden
Amid strong demand for LNG in the Asia-Pacific region and the need to secure regular gas supplies on a large scale, Singapore may become a major regional hub for LNG trade.
Show Preview
-Adrienne Blume
For the third time in its 47-yr history, Gastech is returning to Houston, Texas.


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