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Consider new designs for offshore LNG regasification terminals

01.01.2014  |  Bulte, A.,  Foster Wheeler , Houston, Texas

The projected growth in global gas demand—specifically, where LNG imports are needed to meet demand—will require faster execution of LNG regasification terminals.

Keywords: [LNG] [engineering and design] [natural gas]

It is a common belief that the projected growth in gas demand—specifically, where liquefied natural gas (LNG) imports are needed to meet that demand—will require faster execution of LNG regasification terminals. Here, a new design for an LNG regasification terminal is presented that can meet aggressive schedules and be flexible in terms of site selection.

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