Gas Processing & LNG Podcasts
EVOLUTION AND INNOVATION FOR AN INCREASINGLY DISPERSED LNG MARKET
(May 21, 2021) John Baguley, COO for Magnolia LNG, provides how the LNG market needs to adapt to changes in the global market to reach its full potential. This podcast examines the current LNG market, challenges for producers, economic drivers and market opportunities.
HOW MAINTENANCE AND RELIABILITY IN GAS ANALYSIS SUPPORTS HYDROCARBON PROCESSING INSTALLATIONS
(May 13, 2021) This podcast examines how working with a service support organization to benefit a processing plant's maintenance and reliability goals.
RUSSIA LOOKS TO DOUBLE PETROCHEMICALS AND LPG EXPORTS BY 2025
(March 19, 2021) This Regional Focus looks into Russia's plan to invest heavily in increasing petrochemicals and LPG production, as well as their drive to boost exports of both.
INDUSTRY FOCUS: COMPETITION FOR EUROPE'S LNG MARKET
(January 4, 2021) The level of competition in the global LNG market is rising as major producers look to increase their shares in a market severely weakened by the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes significant competition for Europe's LNG market share, as well as growing LNG demand in Asia.
A PROJECT MANAGER'S CHALLENGES IN LNG MEGAPROJECTS
(December 28, 2020) Most megaprojects suffer from costs and timeline overruns. This podcast details 11 prominent areas project managers should focus on to ensure megaprojects are on-time and on-budget.
SILOED TO CONNECTED: WHY THE OIL & GAS INDUSTRY IS GOING DIGITAL
(November 13, 2020) HPI organizations generate vast amounts of data throughout their operations. It is imperative to utilize this data in the most optimal way. This podcast examines several advanced data management tools to help organizations optimize workflows and bring benefits to the entire enterprise.
MAKING LOW-EMISSIONS LNG A REALITY
(October 8, 2020) This podcast examines specific concepts and technologies used in reducing emissions and effectively decarbonizing LNG production. This includes liquefaction facility design, power generation, renewables and energy storage and digitalization.
SELECTING THE RIGHT GAS ANALYZER TO OPTIMIZE MONITORING OF NOx AND OTHER EMISSIONS
(August 18, 2020) Combustion processes of all types generate emissions of one kind or another. For example, hydrogen- and carbon-based combustion processes produce water and carbon dioxide (CO2), respectively.
The gas processing/LNG sector is investing in new technologies to mitigate carbon emissions from both operations and its supply chain.
Industry Focus: Maximizing the performance of your ETRM system
-Teresa Kroh, Brad York
Energy trading and risk management (ETRM) systems are vital for the support of business processes associated with trading energy commodities such as crude oil, refined products, natural gas, natural gas liquids (NGLs) and electric power, as well as facilitating the movement and delivery of those energy commodities and associated risk management activities.
-Oz Rodriguez, Catriona Penman
More than 100 participating countries at the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) signed the Global Methane Pledge, in which they agreed to take action to reduce methane emissions at least 30% by 2030 vs. 2020 levels.
Optimizing Gas Distribution: Accounting for Changeovers, Regulators, and More
Gas distribution systems are critical to the effective operation of many industrial facilities around the world. Despite the importance of these systems, however, opportunities to improve their performance and cost-effectiveness are often missed or misunderstood. Increasing changeover pressure may seem like a good way to improve system flow, for example, but it often does so at the expense of bottled gas. Adding regulators may help you control supply pressure, but it also adds cost to your system. So, how do you know what the ideal gas distribution setup is for you?
Attend this webinar to:
- Gain a basic understanding of the fluid dynamics that affect pressure control in gas distribution systems, learning to interpret flow curves and recognize phenomena like lockup, droop, and supply pressure effect (SPE)
- Learn how inlet pressure affects regulator performance and when to specify certain regulator types and configurations to effectively control gas system pressures
Understand the inherent trade-offs between gas utilization and flow capacity and how to select both the right changeover pressure and automatic changeover panel design for your operations.
May 4, 2021 10:00 AM CDT