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Design and select a gasketed plate-type heat exchanger for gas processing
-Ritabrata Pramanik, December 01, 2016

In recent years, plate-type heat exchangers (PHEs) have emerged as a viable alternative to shell-and-tube heat exchangers (S&THEs).

Engineering approach optimizes process design, reduces costs for NGL facility upgrade
-Muhammad Farooq Khan, Rehan Riaz, December 01, 2016

In the present oil and gas market, companies may think twice before installing new equipment, even for necessary upgrades.

Gas processing news
-Bob Andrew, December 01, 2016

Titan LNG has developed a solution for the safe delivery of LNG to seagoing and river barges in ports in the ARA (Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp) region, Europe’s largest bunkering hub.

Industry metrics
-Adrienne Blume, December 01, 2016

In the US, Henry Hub natural gas spot prices lifted briefly in October, but then dropped below $2.50/MMBtu in early November.

LPG plant revamp to increase capacity, produce commercial-grade propane—Part 1
-Sayed Ammar, Fatma Khalifa, December 01, 2016

The growth in the natural gas industry has reached the point where it will increase faster than any other primary energy source, due to its clear-burning characteristics and its ability to help meet environmental requirements.

Maximize propane recovery and ethane rejection at cryogenic gas plants
-Tim Miller, David Beck, December 01, 2016

The shale gas revolution in the US has resulted in an abundance of NGL in the marketplace. The increase in output has also produced an excess of ethane, leading to a decrease in price for the chemical.

New in gas processing technology
-Bob Andrew, December 01, 2016

Bedrock Automation has added an intelligent, standalone power supply to its growing line of scalable, secure control technologies.

Process design overview for upgrading a gas-to-methanol facility
-Jamie Harker, Alejandro Sanchez, Ashish Gupta, Alan English, December 01, 2016

With the surge in natural gas production in the US, gas-to-methanol plants are receiving renewed interest.

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FEATURED COLUMNS

Editorial comment
-Adrienne Blume
New gas processing project announcements have slowed due to energy price uncertainty and the downturn in the oil market.
Executive Q&A viewpoint
-Bob Walsh
The GTL market has seen new and smaller-scale technologies emerge over the past several years as production of liquid fuels from natural gas becomes more customized and localized.
Industry outlook
-Sujit Potdar
Although LNG prices have hit a record low and capital costs of new production terminals continue to rise, a significant amount of pressure is on the industry to increase capacity by improving existing plant efficiencies and constructing more facilities.
Regional focus
-Eugene Gerden
Russia is considering a significant increase in LNG exports to Africa and the Middle East over the next several years, according to the Russian Ministry of Energy.


Model Based Approaches to Achieve Operational Excellence in Natural Gas Processing
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Adoption of a model-based culture has great potential to improve the performance of Natural Gas Processing operations. Throughout the entire plant lifecycle, from master planning and feasibility studies to design, start-up, operation and debottlenecking, process and economic models can be used to improve profitability for the various business scenarios encountered. This webinar will provide a glimpse of the many opportunities available for Natural Gas Processors to incorporate a model based culture to achieve operational excellence with greater agility. Various process and economic modeling approaches will be explained as well as the potential benefits that may be expected. Actual examples of the effective use of process and economic models that have provided a competitive edge for Natural Gas Processors will also be presented.
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