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Challenges and opportunities for equation-based hydrates prediction
-C. Bahubali, A. Gopalan, G. B. Nounchi, March 01, 2018

Gas hydrates may form in any location where free gas, water, and the appropriate temperature and pressure exist, such as in natural gas production, transportation and processing systems.

Gas Processing News
-Bob Andrew, March 01, 2018

An Egyptian company will buy $15 B of Israeli natural gas, as announced in two 10-yr agreements, a major deal that Israel hopes will strengthen diplomatic ties.

Go East, young man: Eastern Canada offers viability for LNG projects—Part 2
-J. G. Baguley, S. Atha, March 01, 2018

A few projects will likely find a commercial path at some point in the future, but, in the meantime, producers are able to contemplate a viable and complementary near-term solution to the east.

Minimize flaring with modifications to flare gas recovery unit
-H. R. Kalat Jari, A. Borhani, March 01, 2018

Every refinery has a pressure relief and flare system to enable safe handling and disposal of hydrocarbon vapors and liquids.

New in Gas Processing Technology
-Bob Andrew, March 01, 2018

YESCO Co. Ltd., a South Korea-based natural gas supplier, has implemented a Schneider Electric Monitoring and Control software solution, part of Schneider Electric’s Industrial Software Platform.

Proper regeneration of molecular sieves in TSA processes—Part 2
-S. Jain, March 01, 2018

The regeneration of molecular sieves is the most crucial step in temperature swing adsorption (TSA) processes.

Supervise gas turbine speed and axial load to control exhaust temperature
- Saadat, A. Hafaifa, A. Kouzou, March 01, 2018

Supervision and control of gas turbines are complex tasks that require expert experience.

US Industry Metrics
-Adrienne Blume, March 01, 2018

According to data from the EIA’s Petroleum Supply Monthly publication, released in February, US production of natural gas plant liquids (NGL) increased for the 12th straight year in 2017.

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Editorial Comment
-Adrienne Blume
At CERAWeek by IHS Markit, held in Houston in March, IEA Director Fatih Birol said that the world would soon see a major second wave of shale gas production from the US in response to higher energy prices and growing demand from India and China.
Regional Focus
-Shem Oirere
Mozambique and Tanzania hold an estimated 180 Tft3 and 57 Tft3 of proven natural gas reserves, respectively.


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