More Shipping & Storage

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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.
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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: Vincent Lagarrigue, Director, Trelleborg Fluid Handling Solutions
This summer, President Donald Trump’s announcement that the EU would fund the construction of up to 11 LNG ports in Europe to absorb a sharp increase in shipments from the US sparked a fierce debate among political commentators and maritime journalists
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  • Contributed by: Ashit Jadav, Senior Naval Architect | Energy & Resources, Arup
For many years, LNG has been used as fuel to generate electrical power, provide domestic heating, and to provide energy for industrial purposes.
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  • Contributed by: Markus Sachsenhofer, Storage Facility Engineer, RAG Austria AG
In the last decade, the underground gas storage business has transformed from the typical seasonal operation model to a more market-oriented operation that allows production and injection of gas at any time of the year.
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  • Contributed by: Renaud Le Dévéhat, Director Business Development, TechnipFMC
In 2006, the first commercial ship-to-ship (STS) Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) transfer involving a large-scale LNG carrier and a Floating Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU) took place.
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  • Interview with Christopher Caswell, Director LNG and FLNG, KBR
Over the last decade, there has been a large increase in the number of emerging markets now importing LNG going from 7 countries in 2010 to 17 in 2017.
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  • Interview with David Colson, Commercial VP, Gaztransport and Technigaz, GTT SA
Natural gas has many environmental advantages compared to oil or coal-produced electricity including the reduction in CO2 emissions as well as other environmental benefits such as a massive reduction of NOx which contributes to a better climate globall
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  • Contributed by: Jose M Ruiz Anton, Head of LNG Bunkering Development, Gas Natural Fenosa
From the 1st of January 2020, the environmental regulations of the International Maritime Organization and the European Parliament will limit sulphur emissions to 0.5%.
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  • Contributed by: Adrian Del Maestro, Director, PwC Strategy&
  • Contributed by: Giorgio Biscardini, Partner, PwC Strategy&
  • Contributed by: Rafael Schmill, Director, PwC Strategy&
Small-scale liquefied natural gas (ssLNG), a niche but nascent industry that is already profitable and scalable, boasts significant potential.

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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.
Article
  • 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.
Article
  • 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.
Article
  • Contributed by: Vincent Lagarrigue, Director, Trelleborg Fluid Handling Solutions
This summer, President Donald Trump’s announcement that the EU would fund the construction of up to 11 LNG ports in Europe to absorb a sharp increase in shipments from the US sparked a fierce debate among political commentators and maritime journalists
Article
  • Contributed by: Ashit Jadav, Senior Naval Architect | Energy & Resources, Arup
For many years, LNG has been used as fuel to generate electrical power, provide domestic heating, and to provide energy for industrial purposes.
Article
  • Contributed by: Markus Sachsenhofer, Storage Facility Engineer, RAG Austria AG
In the last decade, the underground gas storage business has transformed from the typical seasonal operation model to a more market-oriented operation that allows production and injection of gas at any time of the year.
Article
  • Contributed by: Renaud Le Dévéhat, Director Business Development, TechnipFMC
In 2006, the first commercial ship-to-ship (STS) Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) transfer involving a large-scale LNG carrier and a Floating Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU) took place.

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