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  • Contributed by: Abdulla Al-Hajri, Surveillance Engineering Manager, Qatargas
In LNG plants, the majority of processed gas is transformed into commercial products such as LNG, Shale gas, LPG and Gasoline. However, a small part of this processed gas is used for:
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