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  • Contributed by: Nancy Ballout, Vice President, Process Engineering and Operations, AG&P Engineering
With demand for LNG predicted to continue its upward trend well into 2030, the time is right to establish well-functioning LNG supply chains in the world’s fast-growing gas markets.
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  • Contributed by: Caroline Gentry, Senior Energy Analyst, dmg events
Will market forces be enough to ensure security of gas supply this winter and into the medium term for the UK?
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  • Interview with Simon Flowers, Chairman & Chief Analyst, Wood Mackenzie
The electric vehicle market continues to grow, with IEA’s 2018 Global Electric Vehicle Outlook reporting that over 1 million EVs were sold in 2017 and by 2040 55% of new car sales and 33% of the global fleet will be electric.
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  • Interview with Maarten Wetselaar, Integrated Gas & New Energies Director and Member of the Executive Committee, Royal Dutch Shell
Being described by Mr Wetselaar as the “backbone for the changing energy system”, it is clear that natural gas has a crucial role to play going forward in the energy transition.
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  • Interview with Philippe Sauquet, President Gas, Renewables & Power and Executive Vice President, Strategy & Innovation, Total
With the world turning towards renewables, Total identify gas-fired power plants as an ideal complement to facilities that generate electricity from these sources.
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  • Contributed by: Dietrich Roeben, General Manager Operations & Maintenance, NXTLNG
Small-scale LNG (SSLNG) is one of the hot topics in the LNG arena, mainly due to its focus on substitution fuel for the industry, residential, and recently, transport.
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  • Contributed by: Christelle Abou Saab, LNG software tools commercial development, ENGIE Lab CRIGEN
The LNG industry is reshaping and small-scale LNG activities have been growing at an impressive rate.
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  • Contributed by: Mark Lipton, Director of Commercial Applications, GE’s Marine Solutions (part of GE Aviation)
LNG is gaining interest for marine propulsion applications thanks to its low emissions. In terms of performance and durability, LNG is the best fuel for gas turbines.