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Arctic LNG sea fleet: Carrying gas from the cold
-Eugene Khartukov, May 01, 2020

At present, 20 of the world’s approximately 500 in-service LNG carriers are used, or planned for use, to carry natural gas produced by the world’s northernmost LNG liquefaction projects.

Calculate likelihood of piping failure from high-frequency acoustic vibration
-Arun K. Datta Datta, May 01, 2020

The failure of a piping section at the outlet of pressure safety valves (PSVs) and control valves, where significant differential pressure exists, is a common problem, particularly in gas processing.

Comparative study of DEA and MDEA treatments of acid gas
-Nady S. Abbas, Hassanein M. Asfour, Mohammed Z. A. Wahab, Eman A. Ashour, May 01, 2020

Egypt’s consumption of natural gas for all end uses (residential, industrial, commercial and power generation) has increased rapidly due to the growth of new markets, the use of natural gas in the production of petrochemicals and fertilizers, and rising demand for LPG.

Defending midstream operations against cyber threats: ransomware
-Carmen Garibi, May 01, 2020

The midstream and LNG sectors already have many strategic and day-to-day operational concerns, but now they must be wary of ransomware, a cybersecurity threat to operational technology (OT).

Fundamentals of turboexpander design and operation
-Tadeh Avetian, Luis E. Rodriguez, May 01, 2020

A turboexpander is a rotating machine with an expansion turbine that converts the energy contained in a gas into mechanical work, much like a steam or gas turbine.

Natural gas industry and markets organization
-Lorenzo Micucci, May 01, 2020

At the inception of the natural gas industry, the vertically integrated company (VIC) was the prominent form of organizational structure. In this type of organization, a single operator controls the entire value chain, from exploration and production to transmission and distribution to end users.

U.S. Industry Metrics
-Adrienne Blume, May 01, 2020

Natural gas production climbed in the U.S. last year, despite decreasing rig counts, reaching a record high of 96.3 Bft3d of dry natural gas production in November 2019.

Upgrade control systems to improve pipeline safety and efficiency
-Ross Otto, May 01, 2020



Global Project Data
-Lee Nichols, August 01, 2018

According to Energy Web Atlas and Hydrocarbon Processing’s Construction Boxscore Database, more than 400 active gas processing/LNG projects are under development.


Energy Web Atlas

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Hydrocarbon Processing’s Construction Boxscore Database and Gulf Energy Information’s Energy Web Atlas are tracking nearly 400 active gas processing/LNG projects around the world. As shown on the map below, Asia-Pacific is the leader in total active projects globally, followed by the U.S. Most capital expenditures in the Asia-Pacific region are for LNG import terminals in China and India Read More

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Editorial Comment
-Adrienne Blume
Global gas is facing a demand hit from the coronavirus pandemic and a structural oversupply in the LNG market following the startups of new LNG export projects in Australia and the U.S.
Industry Focus: Russia Accelerates Fight For Global Gas Export Market Share
-Eugene Gerden
Russia aims to ramp up its efforts to gain more gas export market share this year, despite an unfavorable business environment and growing pressure from major competitors.
Regional Focus: South Africa’s transport strategy to shape country’s gas sector
-Shem Oirere
South Africa’s Gas Utilization Master Plan outlines how the gas sector will be developed. As the country proceeds with the plan,

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