Gas Processing/LNG

Project Management: Four tips for navigating a shutdown, turnaround or outage successfully

Veen, M., Prometheus Group

In the oil and gas sector, managing a shutdown, turnaround, or even an outage is an unavoidable requirement.

Improve the safety and efficiency of natural gas sweetening units

Thomas, M., Sreekumar, P., Endress+Hauser

After natural gas is extracted from onshore and offshore sites, it must be transported and processed.

Global Project Data

Nichols, Lee, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Hydrocarbon Processing’s Construction Boxscore Database is tracking nearly 1,600 projects around the world.

Business Trends

Nichols, Lee, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Rovuma LNG, a JV comprised of ExxonMobil, Eni and China National Petroleum Corp., will likely delay its final investment decision (FID) on the group’s $30-B Mozambique LNG project.

Flow modeling as a tool for WHRU performance optimization

Gupta, A., Petro-Chem Development Co. Inc.; Gentry, M. R., Airflow Sciences Corp.

Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions have become a growing concern for many industrialized countries over the past few years.

Consider purpose-driven methods for communicating with engineers

Johnston, G., Laporte Consultants Corp. USA; Shahani, G., ShureLine Construction

Technology has dramatically transformed communication methods and, more importantly, the ways that engineers share information with colleagues and clients.

How to use technology to mitigate job-hopping and retain millennial workers

Whittle, L., Parsable

Workforce experts and employers often suggest that the millennial generation is responsible for sparking the job-hopping trend.

Solve PRV and piping capacity problems—Part 1

Engineers often uncover problems or inadequacies with pressure relief valve (PRV) and relief system piping capacities that need creative and cost-effective solutions.

Improving plant operations with control valve simulations

Novak, L., Youngdahl, R., Emerson Automation Solutions

In today’s business climate, where project budgets and schedules are under cost and time pressures (and where installed valve applications must perform reliably under increasingly severe conditions), valve simulations are enabling new capabilities.

Design of very-high-flow coefficient centrifugal compressor stages

Jariwala, V., Elliott Group

Centrifugal compressors are widely used in the oil and gas and petrochemical industries, with more than 15,000 operating in the U.S. alone.