July 2018

Bonus Report: LNG Technology

Liquefaction technology selection for baseload LNG plants

As global liquefied natural gas (LNG) trade continues to rapidly expand, the challenge of liquefaction process selection—a key element of an LNG project—becomes increasingly important.

Mokhatab, S., Consultant; Messersmith, D., Bechtel Corp.

As global liquefied natural gas (LNG) trade continues to rapidly expand, the challenge of liquefaction process selection—a key element of an LNG project—becomes increasingly important. Selecting more versatile and cost-effective liquefaction technologies that meet stringent environmental emissions standards is a key focus for new projects.  In recent years, liquefaction process selection studies for baseload LNG plants have grown in scope due to the interest in both larger-train capacities and the potential economies of repeatability, with some large-scale facilities using multiple small-train solutions. As such, this article presents an overview of an LNG production plant, along with an an

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