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July 2021

The July issue of LNG Industry includes a regional report outlining the concerns for Australia’s LNG industry, as well as a multitude of technical articles covering metering and monitoring, developments in coatings, training and development, and more. The issue also includes our first Valves Q&A, which is a must-read.

This month's front cover is brought to you by Stirling Cryogenics B.V.


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Contents

Roadblocks and obstacles for the land Down Under
Bruce Robertson, IEEFA, Australia, explains how climate risks, competition, falling demand, and legal challenges are strong headwinds for Australia’s LNG industry.

A masterclass in BOG management
Peter Lamberts, Stirling Cryogenics B.V., the Netherlands, explores the aspects of boil-off gas (BOG) management and the growing presence of micro scale LNG in the future.

Expanding the degrees of freedom
Dr Joey Walker, EffecTech, UK, looks at how to improve and optimise existing sampling systems for LNG inspection.

Work the wavelengths
Per Christian Johnsrud, Tunable, Norway, describes multi-gas analyser technologies and how improved gas data could benefit the operation of LNG vessels.

Meticulous performance monitoring
Mike Hastings, Brüel & Kjær Vibro, Denmark, describes how LNG gas turbine efficiency can be fully optimised with performance monitoring.

Keeping it cool
Steve Balek, Stellar Energy, USA, explains how digitising turbine inlet air chilling systems can help optimise maintenance activities to ensure maximum LNG production is maintained.

Tank bottom corrosion: solved
Merrick Alpert, EonCoat, USA, describes how a weldable coating has been designed to protect welded tank bottoms from corrosion.

Valves Q&A
Featuring Baker Hughes and Emerson Automation Solutions.

Digitising the field
Ludwig Gross, Fabrice Rey, and Julien Métayer, Technip Energies, France, outline the available advanced solutions for collaborative operator training.

Taking inspection to new heights
Xiang Wong, Cyberhawk, UK, explains how drone technology is helping LNG producers plan and optimise asset inspections.

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