January 2008

Special Report: Gas Processing Developments

Consider new regasification technology for natural gas transport

Constructing new terminals requires overcoming resistance to meet energy needs

Bryngelson, R., Excelerate Energy

A?s global demand for energy continues to increase, the energy industry is being driven toward finding new solutions to deliver efficient and environmentally responsible fuels. Natural gas (NG) has become the fuel of choice to meet this growing energy need. While NG does provide significant benefits, it is not without its challenges. With the US, UK and other nations experiencing declines in domestic gas production, and developing nations entering the global energy markets with new demands, energy suppliers must find creative solutions to meet changing needs. This surge in energy demand has resulted in a renewed focus on liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a means to satisfy the global hydrocar

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