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Air Products
LNG Mega-Trains Revisited

Recently there has been renewed interest in large capacity trains and their potential unit cost reduction. Since the development of the original AP-X® trains however, there have been significant advancements in gas turbine, compression, coil wound heat exchanger and other technology. These advancements in LNG process technology enable new equipment arrangements for AP-X®, AP-DMR and AP-C3MR technologies that offer benefits in liquefaction train availability, equipment count and operating cost.

 

Siemens
How to Cut Costs, Risks and Time in Onshore Oil and Gas Compression Stations to Maximize Investment Returns

Today's professionals in charge of the design, engineering, and construction of new onshore compression stations — or retrofits and upgrades of existing ones — have many options and tools to ensure new infrastructure can be built, commissioned, and begin full operation more quickly, economically, and with less risk than more traditional approaches.

 

Air Products
Designing flexible LNG plants for market adaption

The evolving LNG market simultaneously presents many opportunities and challenges that demand robust and flexible solutions. Determining the optimal combination of solutions is not always simple, as there are often interactions and synergies among technology choices and specific project constraints. This article explores options in designing flexible LNG plants to account for a variety of project specific conditions.

 

Air Products
Coil wound heat exchanger design for an evolving LNG market

The liquefied natural gas (LNG) market has witnessed significant evolution over the past several years, including the introduction of new process cycles, increased train production capacity, floating LNG (FLNG) facilities, more compact plant layouts, and a move to modular construction methods. This paper describes these changes and the innovations in coil wound heat exchanger (CWHE) design and fabrication to meet these new requirements and challenges.

 

Sierra
Measure Flare Gas in Real Time: Real-Time Adjustments for Changes in Gas Composition at Low Flows

Discover how thermal mass flow meters with qMix-RealTime™ software automatically update flare gas composition from a gas chromatograph, real-time, no calibration needed in Sierra's new white paper entitled "New Developments in Thermal Dispersion Mass Flow Meters: Real-Time Adjustments for Changes in Gas Composition at Low Flows." You will learn 1) how to meet government regulations for flare gas, especially at ultra-low flows, with QuadraTherm® thermal mass flow technology 2) how QuadraTherm® mass flow meters use qMix-RealTime™ software to update flare gas composition from a gas chromatograph in the field — automatically.

 

Emerson
What to Consider Before You Purchase Your Next Gas Chromatograph (GC)

Hydrocarbon processing plants often focus on purchasing a GC that can handle the gas analysis application at the best price and only consider the cost of the GC. This approach ignores significant expenses required for the installation and operation of the GC. Learn about the hidden costs in GC installations and steps you can take to avoid them.

 

Honeywell UOP
Defying Convention: Modular and Connected Gas Processing

Globally, the demand for ethane is forecasted to increase from 1.4 million bdp in 2017 to 2.5 million bdp by 2023. As a result, many planned projects are adapting a differentiated approach to LNG construction, utilizing modular LNG building blocks versus the traditional stick-built approach. Modularization is helping create the lowest cost LNG projects and allowing operators to come online more quickly. In addition, Honeywell UOP Russell SC30 RSV allows operators to maximize ethane recovery while lessening total capital expenditures as well as connecting digitally for optimal productivity through expert support.

 

Air Products
Liquefaction cycles for floating LNG: From concept to reality

Selecting the optimal liquefaction cycle for floating LNG (FLNG) is key to project success. Factors such as sea motion, space limitations, feed gas compositions, and heightened safety concerns have driven the development of alternate liquefaction cycles for these unique challenges. The article will describe key features of the different liquefaction cycles available, and how leveraging relevant land based and offshore experience is essential to the successful implementation of new liquefaction technologies.

 

Siemens
Cost Considerations When Selecting Variable Frequency Drive Solution

A highly efficient solution for low power applications, the new SINAMICS PERFECT HARMONY GH180 air-cooled drive delivers optimal power and protection in a simpler, more compact package than ever. Siemens power cell design offers incredible flexibility to suit virtually any application and allows for less maintenance and greater availability. And when combined with up to 90% savings on cable costs, the result is a significantly lower total cost of ownership over the drive's lifecycle.

 

Siemens
Know Your TCO: A Look at Medium-voltage VFDs

Medium voltage variable frequency drives are high-consideration, high-cost assets that are becoming increasingly common in manufacturing processes. But when engineers are pricing equipment upgrades, a bottom-line approach can overlook cost-lowering benefits such as energy efficiency and process control. You have to know your TCO (total cost of ownership). In this white paper, we analyze which factors contribute to TCO, demonstrate how to calculate net present value (NPV), and explain the inverse relationship between reliability and TCO.

 

Siemens
Principles of Modular Multilevel Converter Topology

Cell-based, multilevel converters provide an attractive solution in the design and application of medium voltage drives. In this paper we will explore the several benefits such as: cell redundancy, scalability, low fault energy, easy cell exchange and virtually sinusoidal load and motor-friendly output current. We will also learn how medium voltage drives using Modular Multilevel Converter (M2C) technology provides the same superior performance of cell-based, multilevel converters while adding the flexibility and configurability of a drive with a common DC link and distributed energy storage.

 

IRPC EurAsia
Europe’s Downstream Construction Plans and Move Towards a Sustainable Future

The downstream markets in Europe and Asia have stark differences. Europe—especially Western Europe—has a mature refining and petrochemical production network. Many plants were constructed dozens of years ago. However, the region is making concerted efforts to boost sustainability, including mandating clean-fuels production and increasing energy efficiency, while mitigating plant emissions and waste. The region is building additional production capacity, but project numbers vary significantly between Western Europe and Eastern Europe, Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). This whitepaper details major downstream oil and gas initiatives in Europe, along with capital expenditures in downstream project construction.

 

AspenTech
How to Maximize Performance in the Amine Unit

Amine systems are very sensitive to contaminants in the inlet gas. Normally separation and filtering operations prior to the amine unit remove contaminants. Even with these operations, problems and system upsets still occur. Finding ways (solutions) to minimize, mitigate or prevent those upsets and maintain performance is critical. Learn how Nalco Water and BASF tackle these upsets and improve plant performance through a comprehensive approach.

 

AspenTech
3 Keys to Success when Embarking on Your Digital Acceleration Journey

In asset-intensive industries, IIoT and digitalization technologies are paving the way to increased profitability and reliability. However, capturing this opportunity does not require a full-scale digital transformation. This paper discusses how to apply these technologies where they will create the most impact, and outlines three keys to success when embarking on your digital acceleration journey.

 

Air Products
Managing Project Risk through Standardization and Modularization

Execution strategies incorporating standardized and modular solutions with proven liquefaction technology provide LNG plant developers a viable alternative to mitigate project risk and schedule.

 

AspenTech
Improve the Reliability of Your Assets with Prescriptive Maintenance

Equipment failures and process disruptions are creating unplanned downtime that is costing the process industries billions of dollars in lost revenue and profit every year. With asset performance management, it’s now possible to extract value from decades of design and operations data to perform prescriptive maintenance and optimize asset performance. In this white paper, you’ll read about nine companies that have implemented prescriptive maintenance solutions and the bottom-line results that have been achieved—in as little as 2 ½ weeks.

 

Air Products
Advances in Coil-wound Heat Exchangers Technology and Applications

As the LNG industry has evolved, technological advances have been essential in meeting new requirements. One of these has been the desire for more production from a single train, which has been achieved through both design improvements leading to more efficient exchangers, and also by building physically larger exchangers.

 

Energy Web Atlas _200
China's Growing Gas Demand: Key Products and Market Insights

China is growing increasingly energy-hungry as its population and transport infrastructure expands. China’s demand from oil into natural gas & LNG has outpaced supply for several years, which has resulted in the need to improve the country’s natural gas and LNG infrastructure. Download this whitepaper to learn more about China's state of natural gas and LNG demand.

 

PE
Petroleum Economist Legal Energy Survey


Law firms serve as the essential lubricants in deal activity in oil and gas from wellhead to pump station. Until now, there has been no easy way to gauge which legal practices are most active in the market. Petroleum Economist will change that with the launch of the PE Legal Energy Survey.

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XOS
Transmix Reduction with Rapid Sulfur Monitoring


Many different types and grades of petroleum products travel through pipelines in batches. Some mixing occurs at the interface between batches which results in transmix generation and product downgrading. By integrating a real-time online analyzer, you can optimize product cut-points even when specific gravity is the same.

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Bsquare
Optimizing IIoT Value in Oil & Gas with IT-OT Alignment


Information Technology (IT) and Operational Technology (OT) teams have traditionally worked independently of one another. But the rise of digital transformation initiatives has forced organizations to rethink siloed operations. To achieve maximum business value, aligning the divided worlds of IT and OT can significantly accelerate IIoT's time to value. To learn how your organization can maximize IIoT value through an IT-OT alignment, download our new white paper.

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Emerson
Peaks and Valleys: Solving Gas Wellhead Flow Measurement Problems


With varying flow rates and pressure spikes, measuring flow on a gas wellhead that utilizes a plunger lift system can be challenging. Using a conventional pressure transmitter designed to cover only the normal working pressure of the well will result in lost income. This white paper explains how a Rosemount multivariable transmitter can solve your flow measurement challenges.

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FEATURED COLUMNS

Editorial Comment
-Adrienne Blume
Global gas is facing a demand hit from the coronavirus pandemic and a structural oversupply in the LNG market following the startups of new LNG export projects in Australia and the U.S.
Industry Focus: Russia Accelerates Fight For Global Gas Export Market Share
-Eugene Gerden
Russia aims to ramp up its efforts to gain more gas export market share this year, despite an unfavorable business environment and growing pressure from major competitors.
Regional Focus: South Africa’s transport strategy to shape country’s gas sector
-Shem Oirere
South Africa’s Gas Utilization Master Plan outlines how the gas sector will be developed. As the country proceeds with the plan,


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