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Some Recent Advances in Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Production, Spill, Dispersion, and SafetyCHUKWUNONSO IKEALUMBA, Walter; HONGWEI WU.Energy & fuels. 2014, Vol 28, Num 5-6, pp 3556-3586, issn 0887-0624, 31 p.Article

THE NEED FOR LNG IN THE UKMOHAMMED, Mohsin.Gas international. 2011, Num OCT, pp 42-45, issn 1755-5477, 4 p.Article

Recovering cold energyGas international. 2007, Vol 47, Num 4, pp 26-28, issn 1755-5477, 3 p.Article

Selection of Optimal, Controlled Variables for the TEALARC LNG ProcessMICHELSEN, Finn Are; LUND, Berit Floor; HALVORSEN, Ivar Johan et al.Industrial & engineering chemistry research. 2010, Vol 49, Num 18, pp 8624-8632, issn 0888-5885, 9 p.Article

Risk based asset managementWOOD, Chris.Gas international. 2009, Vol 49, Num 10, pp 22-23, issn 1755-5477, 2 p.Article

SWOT analysis of the LNG industryWOOD, David; MOKHATAB, Saeid.Petroleum technology quarterly. 2006, Vol 11, Num 5, issn 1362-363X, 139-145 [5 p.]Article

Selection of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Contracts for Minimizing Procurement CostKHALILPOUR, Rajab; KARIMI, I. A.Industrial & engineering chemistry research. 2011, Vol 50, Num 17, pp 10298-10312, issn 0888-5885, 15 p.Article

LNG event impresses allInternational gas engineering and management. 2006, Vol 46, Num 9, pp 28-29, issn 1465-7058, 2 p.Article

Le GNLMARVILLET, Jean.Pétrole & gaz informations. 2010, Num 1804, pp 30-34, issn 1622-1036, 5 p.Conference Paper

Minimizing Boil-Off Losses in Liquefied Natural Gas TransportationFARUQUE HASAN, M. M; ZHENG, Alfred Minghan; KARIMI, I. A et al.Industrial & engineering chemistry research. 2009, Vol 48, Num 21, pp 9571-9580, issn 0888-5885, 10 p.Article

Iran's LNG potentialOMIDVAR, Hedayat.Gas international. 2008, Vol 48, Num 8, pp 7-9, issn 1755-5477, 3 p.Article

Puesta de quilla del prima metanero de Unión Fenosa = Laying down the first methane carrier of Unión FenosaOilgas. 2002, Vol 35, Num 401, issn 0030-1493, p. 71Article

Trenchless LNG CHALLENGESHENDERSON, Richard.World pipelines. 2014, Vol 14, Num 5, issn 1472-7390, 58-62 [4 p.]Article

Optimize LNG boil-off gas systems for regasification terminals : LNG/GAS PROCESSING DEVELOPMENTSZOLFKHANI, M.Hydrocarbon processing (International ed.). 2013, Vol 92, Num 1, pp 37-39, issn 0018-8190, 3 p.Article

Pluto LNG projectCAMPBELL, Dean; SEEBER, Tom.World pipelines. 2011, Vol 11, Num 1, issn 1472-7390, 55-58 [3 p.]Article

A recent history of LNG charteringGRAVES, Chris.Hydrocarbon engineering. 2010, pp 25-27, issn 1468-9340, 3 p., SUPPArticle

Are floating LNG facilities viable options?: Here's how to evaluate technological and commercial issues of these units : Liquefied Natural Gas DevelopmentsFINN, A. J.Hydrocarbon processing (International ed.). 2009, Vol 88, Num 7, issn 0018-8190, 31-39 [8 p.]Article

Minimize risks from cryogenic exposure on LNG facilities: A rational approach investigates methods to protect equipment and infrastructure from liquefied natural gas releases : Liquefied Natural Gas DevelopmentsLIVINGSTON, M; GUSTAFSON, R; GUY, P et al.Hydrocarbon processing (International ed.). 2009, Vol 88, Num 7, issn 0018-8190, 51-58 [7 p.]Article

LNG technology-The next chapter : Technical challenges of new plants will involve the sizing of trains, construction cost controls, onshore vs. offshore, energy efficiencies and environment : Process and plant optimizationDURR, C; CASWELL, C; KOTZOT, H et al.Hydrocarbon processing (International ed.). 2008, Vol 87, Num 7, issn 0018-8190, 39-56 [13 p.]Article

Around the World in LNGHOLMES, Chris.Hydrocarbon engineering. 2008, issn 1468-9340, 20-24 [4 p.], SUPArticle

Pipelaying down underO'SULLIVAN, Enda; MCKELLAR, Rod.World pipelines. 2008, Vol 8, Num 8, issn 1472-7390, 61-67 [5 p.]Article

Improved regasification methods reduce emissions : New technologies promote monetization of global LNG : LING AND GTL DEVELOPPEMENTSWORTHINGTON, W. S; HUBBARD, B. S.Hydrocarbon processing (International ed.). 2005, Vol 84, Num 7, pp 51-54, issn 0018-8190, 4 p.Article

LNG receiving and regasification terminal operations : Understanding and controlling boil-off gas pressure enhances energy efficiency : LING AND GTL DEVELOPPEMENTSLEMMERS, S. P. B.Hydrocarbon processing (International ed.). 2005, Vol 84, Num 7, pp 55-61, issn 0018-8190, 6 p.Article

Small-scale LNG applications make progress : SMALL-SCALE GAS PROCESSING SOLUTIONSLEWIS, I.Hydrocarbon processing (International ed.). 2013, Num OCT, pp 17-19, issn 0018-8190, 3 p., SUPArticle

Take a collaborative approach to improving LNG terminal performanceFAHL, M; KELLY, P; BLAIR, N et al.Hydrocarbon processing (International ed.). 2013, Vol 92, Num 8, pp 77-81, issn 0018-8190, 5 p.Article

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