Contributed by: SeyedMohsen Razavi, Energy Technology Analyst, Energy Economics & Forecasting Department, Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF)
Contributed by: AlexandraShaykevich, Research Assistance, Energy Economics & Forecasting Department, Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF)
The energy landscape is becoming increasingly complex, reflecting a transition to more diverse energy systems. The energy transition is partially fuelled by the emergence of new technologies and innovative breakthroughs in existing technologies.
Contributed by: AugustoBulte, Director Gas Monetisation / LNG, Amec Foster Wheeler
Over the last 50 years, LNG has become a feasible and technically proven way of transferring natural gas from production locations to consumers, with this development being driven by economies of scale and substantial advances in technology.
Contributed by: LincolnClark, Engineering and Operations Manager, LNG Limited
Remote full-offshore FPSO type LNG liquefaction applications can economically afford to place a low emphasis on the efficiency of the liquefaction technology compared to other features and factors. Nitrogen expansion technology or basic single mixed r
Contributed by: SaraBudinis, Research Associate at the Sustainable Gas Institute, Imperial College London
Last year, at COP21, an agreement by governments was reached on climate change with the aim of limiting global warming to below 2°C. As of 2011, the world had a ‘carbon budget’ of 1,000 gigatonnes of carbon dioxide (the amount of CO
Contributed by: AndrewDuncan, Principal Advisor, Gaffney, Cline & Associates
With the LNG sector experiencing unprecedented growth, but with gas prices globally under pressure from both low oil prices and a very competitive supply situation, project developers are looking for new ways to get their gas to market.