LNG : A Nontechnical Guide

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The demand for natural gas rises annually, straining existing supplies, and emerging markets often aren't accessible by pipeline. Using everyday language and real-world examples, authors Michael D. Tusiani and Gordon Shearer present LNG as the most viable energy answer. Their straightforward explanation of a complex industry proves that LNG can deliver a critical link in the energy demands of international economies.Readers will realize the complexity of this industry, which involves an intricate link of critical companies, governments, and stand-alone facilities. ""LNG: A Nontechnical Guide"" will be a valuable reference for energy industry leaders, investment bankers, and professors specializing in energy.
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  • Hardback | 458 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 28.45mm | 743.89g
  • Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States
  • English
  • 087814885X
  • 9780878148851
  • 343,909

Table of contents

List of figures; List of tables; Acknowledgments; Introduction; The liquefied natural gas industry; The evolution of the global gas and LNG markets; The LNG chain: project nature of the LNG business; Upstream natural gas; The liquefaction plant; LNG tankers; LNG import terminals; The evolution of the industry; Orchestration and financing of an LNG project; LNG projects; The economics of an LNG project; Upstream gas supply agreements; LNG sales and purchase contracts; LNG tanker contracts; LNG shipping conventions and regulations; Import-related project siting and regulatory issues; LNG import terminal use agreements; Conclusion: The future of LNG; Units of measurement; Glossary.
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