September 2007

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HPIn LNG: Balance between interchangeability and heating value

Gas interchangeability is a common issue for natural gas (NG) distribution networks. Interchangeability must be addressed in major gas markets in which gas is supplied from many different sources with..

Mokhatab, S., Consultant

Gas interchangeability is a common issue for natural gas (NG) distribution networks. Interchangeability must be addressed in major gas markets in which gas is supplied from many different sources with different qualities. In the US and the UK, gas interchangeability is yet to be fully resolved regarding national quality specification guidelines with respect to liquefied natural gas (LNG) imports and nonconventional gas sources. Many international gas markets have adopted interchangeability parameters to ensure end-user protection in dealing with multiple supply sources. Practically all global gas markets (and even some US regions) have adopted applying interchangeability parameters in cont

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