January 2003

Special Report: Gas Processing Developments

Small-scale LNG facility development

Include these vital design characteristics for improved project costs

Price, B. C., Black & Veatch

Liquefied natural gas (LNG) is expanding market share worldwide. It is a clean burning fossil fuel, thus a key component to global environmental edicts and programs. Liquefied natural gas occupies about 1/600th the volume that natural gas does and as a liquid fuel, can be transported long distances supplying gas to various facilities and industries. Its portability makes it an ideal fuel supplied from a single point to multiple customers. Also, users can access supply from various sources as with other liquid fuels. Base gas supply to pipelines is provided by LNG import terminals. As gas demand has grown, it is econom

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