August 2013

Bonus Report: LNG Developments

Take a collaborative approach to improving LNG terminal performance

Personnel are now able to make the right decisions at the right time, and then execute appropriately. The CDP solution is seen as an area for growth and integration throughout the Grain LNG operation.

Fahl, M., Kelly, P., Honeywell Process Solutions; Blair, N., National Grid

Liquefied natural gas (LNG), the fastest-growing sector of today’s gas business, is adding to the diversity of energy supplies across the globe. By some estimates, LNG now accounts for more than 10% of the world’s gas resources and more than 25% of all internationally traded gas (Fig. 1).     Fig. 1. LNG accounts for more than 10%   of the world’s gas resources. The growth of the LNG market has resulted in the construction of numerous gas terminal operations worldwide. One such facility is National Grid’s LNG import terminal and regasification plant on the Isle of Grain in Southeast England. A collaborative approach to terminal planning a

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