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Watch our ultimate industry videos featuring expert opinions and exclusive interviews.
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  • Contributed by: Gill Kernick, Senior Consultant, JMJ Associates
A sense of curiosity and asking some different questions offer an opportunity to impact our chronic inability to learn which typifies the ‘awful sameness’ of accidents. 
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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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  • Contributed by: Sylvie Cornot-Gandolphe, Research Associate & Energy Consultant, CEDIGAZ
At the end of 2017, there were 671 underground gas storage (UGS) facilities in operation in the world (unchanged from the end of 2016). Only three new storage facilities were commissioned in 2017, in China, Turkey and the United States.
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  • Contributed by: Jamie Speirs, Sustainable Gas Institute, Energy Analysis and Policy Lead, Imperial College London
This new white paper, penned by academics at Imperial’s Sustainable Gas Institute, examines the potential benefits of using natural gas for ship and truck fuel.
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  • Contributed by: Eric Fell, Senior Natural Gas Analyst, Genscape
The dynamics of gas vs coal generation in the power stack are quite complex.
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  • Contributed by: Bernadette McCabe, Principal Scientist – Energy and Bioresource Recycling, Centre for Agricultural Engineering, University of Southern Queensland
Australia’s report card on reducing its greenhouse gas emissions isn’t exactly glowing, but there are ample opportunities to get it on track during this period of rapid change in the energy sector.
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  • Contributed by: Léon van Bossum, Commercial Director, Nordsol
  • Contributed by: Michiel van Aken, Technical Director, Nordsol
The heavy transport sector is searching for ways to contribute to the energy transition. Although there are many promising technologies ahead of us, there is one that can make a drastic impact today.
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  • Contributed by: Ladislav Illés, Lead Engineer, MULTI Engineering Services
The continually increasing demand for LNG and the rapidly growing small-scale LNG (ssLNG) market in Central and inland Europe highlights certain deficiencies in continental LNG transport.
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  • Contributed by: Claudio Rodríguez, Gas Assets General Manager , Enagás
More than 50 years have passed since the gas industry found the formula to “globalise” the LNG business.
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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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  • Interview with Jefferson Edwards, GM - Global Gas & LNG Market Development, Integrated Gas, Upstream International, Shell
As reported by Shell’s LNG Outlook 2017, the future LNG demand growth will be driven by: policy, floating storage regasification units (FSRUs), replacing declining domestic gas production, small-scale LNG and transport.
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  • Interview with Paul Sullivan, Project Advisor at Steelhead LNG, Strategic Co-Chair of the Gastech Governing Body
With a close proximity to Asia, vast reserves and a stable and supportive political environment, Canada has a real opportunity to be a world leader in global LNG supply.
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  • Interview with Andrew Walker, Vice President Strategy, Cheniere Energy
LNG is growing seven times faster than pipeline gas and as such, by 2035, it will account for around half of globally traded gas.
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  • Interview with David Knipe, Head of International Gas, IST, BP
According to BP’s Energy Outlook 2017, natural gas grows faster than both oil and coal, growing 1.6% each year between 2015 and 2035. The strength of natural gas demand is reflected by the help of government policies supporting the growth of gas.
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  • Interview with Charif Souki, Chairman, Tellurian
Charif Souki was the Chief Executive Officer & President at Cheniere Energy Inc for 19 years and guided the company from being unknown to one that revolutionised the LNG market.
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  • Interview with Marcelino Oreja, CEO, Enagás
The LNG trade is changing to meet the evolving needs of buyers, including shorter-term and lower-volume contracts, and by 2021 the global gas market is expected to have 55% more LNG than in 2015.
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  • Interview with Arthur W Crossley, General Manager, Técnicas Reunidas
According to Shell’s LNG Outlook, gas has been the fastest growing hydrocarbon for the past decade, with demand rising 2% each year since 2000.
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  • Interview with Maria Victoria Zingoni, Executive Managing Director of Downstream, Repsol
Natural gas demand is expected to grow faster than oil or coal, helped by the rapid growth of liquefied natural gas increasing the accessibility of gas across the globe.