Gas & LNG Infrastructure

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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: Sveinung J. S. Støhle, ​​​​President and Chief Executive Officer, Höegh LNG
The global LNG market is growing rapidly, with both steep expansion of liquefaction capacity and rapidly growing demand for LNG. Regasification services enabling this trade are therefore also in high demand.
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  • Contributed by: Kovid Rawat, Research Analyst, Energias Market Research & Consulting
Asia-Pacific is a fast-evolving gas market characterized by destination restriction, orthodox policies and monopolistic domestic supply infrastructure. However, the scenario is set to change as major Asian countries are liberalizing the gas policies.
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  • Contributed by: Andrew Walker, Asia Pacific Reporter, Interfax Europe
Interfax Energy - Thailand is set to import 36 mtpa of LNG by 2030, up from around 2.9 mtpa in 2016, as gas domestic production is set to decline rapid
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  • Interview with Andrea Miguez da Rocha, Business Development, Reganosa
Operating since 2007, Reganosa’s Mugardos terminal provides the system with a natural gas capacity of 3.6 bcm per year, which is around 14% of the Spanish natural gas demand.
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  • Contributed by: Andy Piatek, Principal Network Architect, SNC-Lavalin
Gas extraction and LNG projects offer challenges in developing and deploying robust and secure telecommunication infrastructure.
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  • Contributed by: Danila Bochkarev, Senior Fellow, EastWest Institute
Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this article solely reflect the views of the author, not of his organisation. 
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  • Contributed by: Jamie Speirs, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Earth Science and Engineering, Imperial's Sustainable Gas Institute
A new white paper produced by researchers at the Sustainable GAS Institute (SGI) at Imperial College reviews evidence on low-pressure gas networks, which is the part of the infrastructure that suppl

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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: Sveinung J. S. Støhle, ​​​​President and Chief Executive Officer, Höegh LNG
The global LNG market is growing rapidly, with both steep expansion of liquefaction capacity and rapidly growing demand for LNG. Regasification services enabling this trade are therefore also in high demand.
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  • Contributed by: Murray Douglas, Research Director, European Gas, Wood Mackenzie
Europe's gas demand has been increasing but will this level of demand be sustainable and, if so, how will it be met?
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  • Interview with Steven Borsos, Vice President LNG, Fluor
The gas industry is in a time where the role of the EPC is under great scrutiny; with operators looking for not only greater efficiency, but also streamlining of costs and improved ROI for their projects.
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  • Interview with Francisco P de la Flor, Director of Regulation, Enagás, GLE Vice-President & Board Member, GIE
In 2017 Europe saw a vast increase in imports due to the European gas demand growing by 9%. This continued growth means that infrastructure must evolve and develop to meet these extra demands.
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  • Interview with Alex Barnes, Governmental Relations Advisor, Nord Stream 2
Following the new regulations which came into force November 2017, improving the security of gas supply in Europe has been a hot topic for the national and international industry.
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  • Contributed by: Kovid Rawat, Research Analyst, Energias Market Research & Consulting
Asia-Pacific is a fast-evolving gas market characterized by destination restriction, orthodox policies and monopolistic domestic supply infrastructure. However, the scenario is set to change as major Asian countries are liberalizing the gas policies.
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  • Interview with Danila Bochkarev, Senior Fellow, EastWest Institute
Central and Eastern Europe is described as the region of possibilities, with many projects now gaining both commercial support and political momentum.

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  • Interview with Fernando Impuesto, General Manager, Enagás Emprende
Enagás reported natural gas demand in Spain grew in September 2017, reaching 26,153 Gwh, the highest September value in the last five years.