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Advancing the role of gas and LNG in the global energy mix
-G. Sutcliffe, February 01, 2017

Gastech is the largest and most important business and technology event for the natural gas and LNG sector, creating a global platform to address and discuss the latest challenges faced in Asia and on a wider international scale.

Centralized dehydration requires aggressive pipeline corrosion control
-David Wint, February 01, 2017

Dehydration plays an important role in proactively maintaining the integrity of oil, gas and multiphase pipelines.

Gas processing news
-Bob Andrew, February 01, 2017

New Zealand’s LanzaTech has been awarded $4 MM by the US Department of Energy (DoE) to design and plan a 3-MMgpy demonstration-scale facility in the US.

Improve gas distribution networks with innovative pipeline monitoring and repair
-Shreya Sahajpal, Anirbid Sircar, February 01, 2017

The natural gas distribution industry—in India, referred to as the city gas distribution (CGD) industry—caters to domestic, commercial and industrial customers.

Industry metrics
-Adrienne Blume, February 01, 2017

In the US, Henry Hub natural gas spot prices took a nosedive in October and November 2016, but then climbed above $3.50/MMBtu through the first three weeks of December as gas consumption skyrocketed 21% on the year in response to colder-than-normal weather.

LPG plant revamp to increase capacity, produce commercial-grade propane—Part 2
-Sayed Ammar, Fatma Khalifa, February 01, 2017

Part 2 of this article continues an evaluation of the different modifications needed to retrofit the El-Wastani LPG plant in Egypt to enhance LPG recovery percentage and to produce an additional product—commercial propane—with high propane recovery percentage.

New in gas processing technology
-Bob Andrew, February 01, 2017

ExxonMobil’s new cMIST technology dehydrates natural gas using a patented absorption system inside pipes, and replaces the need for conventional dehydration tower technology.

Satisfy new legislation on an existing gas terminal
-Ben Eastwood, Stuart Campbell, February 01, 2017

Meeting the stringent demands of new environmental legislation can pose major challenges to existing gas processing facilities.

Standardize compressor station design to reduce project costs and time line
-Saeid Mokhatab, , Sidney Pereira Dos Santos, February 01, 2017

A principal component of any gas transmission system is the compressor station.


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Editorial comment
-Adrienne Blume
As trends in energy production and use evolve, so too must plans for networks to produce and consume that energy.
Regional focus
-Eugene Gerden
The decline of global oil prices has resulted in the suspension of many LNG projects throughout the world.


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