Siemens, Total Team Up To Decarbonize LNG
Siemens Gas and Power and energy major Total are now working together to achieve the lowest possible plant emissions profile and the highest degree of sustainability in liquified natural gas (LNG) production.
The companies plan to explore a variety of liquefaction and power-generation plant designs, with the goal of decarbonizing the production of LNG.
They will focus on reducing the environmental footprint of LNG liquefaction facilities and associated greenhouse gas emissions through the use of gas turbine- and electric-driven compression trains; single-mixed and double-mixed refrigerant technologies; equipment that can minimize or eliminate process flaring; and new techniques to improve the efficiency of power-generation facilities.
They will also explore ways to employ digitalization and automation platforms to improve plant design and project execution.
Tellurian Targets Summer Construction at Louisiana LNG
Driftwood gets the green light, as demand rebounds and the stars align at last.
Department of Energy Extends LNG Export Authorizations Through 2050
The US Department of Energy has extended export terms for seven long-term LNG licenses until 2050. The extension affects projects currently under construction or pending the start of construction.
Chinese Distributor To Build $380-Million LNG Terminal
China independent distributor Jiasheng Gas Co. is set to build a $380-million LNG storage and receiving facility in east China, as the country opens up to more private participation and investments surge in LNG import terminals.
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08 January 2021
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