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Gas Processing News
-Adrienne Blume, December 01, 2018
The first cargo of LNG from Ichthys LNG left Darwin, in the Northern Territory of Australia, in late October, following the production startup earlier in the year.
Global Project Data
-Lee Nichols, December 01, 2018
Energy Web Atlas is tracking nearly 100 active gas processing/LNG projects in the US.
Glycol treating during pipeline transport of natural gas
-Christian Gassen, December 01, 2018
The recovery of glycol, which is added to natural gas for transport, is playing an ever-increasing role in the efficient and environmentally friendly operation of gas pipelines.
Key contributing factors to safety incidents at gas processing facilities
-Niresh Behari, December 01, 2018
Companies too often cite human factors and equipment malfunctions as the root causes of accidents at gas processing facilities.
New in Gas Processing Technology
-Adrienne Blume, December 01, 2018
The American Petroleum Institute (API) issued a statement regarding the US Environmental Protection Agency’s release of data from its Greenhouse Gases (GHG) Reporting Program report.
Rein in LNG energy costs with advanced process control
-Michael Tay, December 01, 2018
High energy costs do not need to be a part of daily life in LNG processing and distribution operations.
Select NGL recovery and optimization technologies using simulation and algorithm
-Sukjoo Lee, Hyun-Yong Yoon, Geun-Soo Chang, December 01, 2018
It can be difficult to find common criteria for the design of NGL recovery plants.
Upgrade a gas plant to produce LPG by DWC and conventional methods—Part 1
-Mohamed Mohamed Mostafa, Nour Ahmed El-Emam, Masoud A. El-Shafie, Tarek M. Aboul-Fotouh, December 01, 2018
The LPG market has seen a steady increase in prices due to increasing demand for LPG worldwide, particularly for the petrochemicals, automotive, metal, ceramic and glass industries.
US Industry Metrics
-Adrienne Blume, December 01, 2018
Moving into 3Q 2018, NGL prices slid as demand stalled and production increased for most liquids.

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Editorial Comment
-Adrienne Blume, December 01, 2018
As discussed in the HPI Market Data 2019 report, published in November by Gas Processing & LNG’s sister publication, Hydrocarbon Processing, rising propane and ethane supplies in the US have been enabled by greater production of shale gas.
Industry Trends: Norway targets global LNG market
-Eugene Gerden, December 01, 2018
Norway aims to become a leading player in the global LNG market during the next several years through the establishment of new, large-scale LNG terminals.
Regional Focus: Challenges of scaling up Africa’s LNG production
-Shem Oirere, December 01, 2018
Several gas projects are underway in Africa, but they continue to be constrained by inadequate infrastructure, slow finance mobilization, lack of security and uncertainty over hydrocarbon regulations that are casting doubt on the outcome of the continent’s drive to meet its anticipated 128% gas demand increase by 2040.

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Editorial Comment
-Adrienne Blume
As discussed in the HPI Market Data 2019 report, published in November by Gas Processing & LNG’s sister publication, Hydrocarbon Processing, rising propane and ethane supplies in the US have been enabled by greater production of shale gas.
Industry Trends: Norway targets global LNG market
-Eugene Gerden
Norway aims to become a leading player in the global LNG market during the next several years through the establishment of new, large-scale LNG terminals.
Regional Focus: Challenges of scaling up Africa’s LNG production
-Shem Oirere
Several gas projects are underway in Africa, but they continue to be constrained by inadequate infrastructure, slow finance mobilization, lack of security and uncertainty over hydrocarbon regulations that are casting doubt on the outcome of the continent’s drive to meet its anticipated 128% gas demand increase by 2040.


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