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  • Contributed by: Shannon Monk, CEO, Sakatay Global
Gaining the social license to operate is imperative to the overall success of gas and LNG projects.
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  • Interview with Philip Adkins, CEO, Red Box Energy Services
As reported by Shell in the LNG Outlook 2019, the use of LNG in transport is growing, especially in the heavy-duty transport sector.
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  • Contributed by: Jonathan Baker, Principal Consultant, Asset Integrity Solutions, Wood Group
In the long list of risks that pipeline operators face, vibration-induced fatigue is usually a low priority. Yet the consequences of a failure related to vibration can be catastrophic.
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  • Interview with Neil Chatterjee, Chairman, FERC
Following the shale revolution in the United States, LNG has become a crucial resource.
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  • Contributed by: Kiran Somanchi, Senior Exploitation Engineer, Birchcliff Energy Ltd
We know there’s money to be made in LNG. Take the abundant levels of gas from North America and sell it to the key importing regions, like Asia or Europe, looking for more supply.
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  • Contributed by: Ramin Lakani, Consultant, Muse, Stancil & Co.
  • Contributed by: Ajey Chandra, Director & Managing Partner, Muse, Stancil & Co.
Natural gas is growing in importance worldwide and is widely seen as the fuel of choice in the power generation industry.
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  • Contributed by: Dr. Mary Lou Lauria, Vice President, Environment, Society & Geoscience | Americas, Advisian (WorleyParsons Group)
Achieving a social license is difficult.
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  • Contributed by: Caroline Gentry, Senior Energy Analyst, dmg events
The US natural gas industry has made a remarkable comeback after years of shale-suppressed prices. It is positioning itself as a new supply champion, ready to swoop in to save Europe from over-reliance on Russian supplies.

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