July 2005

Special Report: LNG and GTL Developments

Improved regasification methods reduce emissions

New technologies promote monetization of global LNG

Hubbard, B. S., Worthington, W. S., Mustang Engineers, LP

W. S. WORTHINGTON and B. S. HUBBARD , Mustang Engineering, L.P., Houston, Texas       Comments? Write: editorial@HydrocarbonProcessing.com Global demand for natural gas (NG) is continuing to escalate. Result: Prices have reached new highs, topping $8/MMBtu at the Henry Hub in late 2004. Currently, NG prices hover at, or above, $6/MMBtu mark. The benchmark price for NG has undergone a step change and appears to have set a new floor for future pricing. To satisfy this robust energy demand, the development of

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