September 2008

Misc

LNG measurement with ultrasonic flowmeters

ALLEN AVERY, Contributing editor       Comments? Write: editorial@HydrocarbonProcessing.com Natural gas (NG) has become an important part of the ener..

ALLEN AVERY, Contributing editor       Comments? Write: editorial@HydrocarbonProcessing.com Natural gas (NG) has become an important part of the energy mix, particularly in electric power generation, where it is prized as an easily handled, clean-burning fuel. Demand for NG in the US outstrips domestic supplies, and there is increasing reliance on imported gas to satisfy energy requirements. However, the major markets for NG are geographically separated from the major gas reservoirs. Pipelines, already used extensively to transport gas over land, can take the load only so far. When pipelines traverse "third-part

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