LNG Technology Advances

Tuesday, 24 October 2006 Read 3545 times
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There is an increasing demand for natural gas by countries that either do not have sufficient indigenous gas reserves or do not have sufficient access to a natural gas pipeline supply.  As many of the world’s large gas fields are remote from these markets, an increasingly economic way to monetise these gas reserves is by liquefying the gas at source and transporting it to these markets in the form of LNG.

This presentation addresses why LNG and what is LNG?  An overview of the issues and challenges faced during the design of large scale liquefaction plants will be presented.


Martin Mayer has 20 years experience in the LNG and gas processing industry.  He is LNG technology manager at KBR/M.W.Kellogg having previously worked for a number of years for an international operator on major gas processing projects.  He has held lead positions in feasibility/conceptual and detailed designs, commissioning, plant testing and modifications to process plants.He was the process manager during FEED, EPC and start up for the 5 MTPA SEGAS LNG plant.

Congress Center of RF CCI. Start at 7 p.m.:

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