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LNG, A Nontechnical Guide

LNG, A Nontechnical Guide

No. of Pages: 400

Author: Michael D Tusiani & Gordon Shearer

Here in everyday language and real-world examples is the clear presentation of LNG as the most viable energy answer.

Publication Date: September 2007

Price: $89  

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Understanding the economics of the LNG industry


The demand for natural gas rises annually, straining existing suppliers, and emerging markets often aren't accessible by pipeline. Here in everyday language and real-world examples is the clear presentation of LNG as the most viable energy answer. Using even the most conservative estimates, demand for LNG internationally will double by 2020, and billions of dollars will be needed for the infrastructure investment. This straightforward explanation of a complex industry proves that LNG can deliver a critical link in the energy demands of international economies.

With a proven track record of safety and reliability, the LNG industry stands ready to bridge the international gap between supply and demand in energy transport. Readers will realize the complexity of this industry, which involves an intricate link of critical companies, governments and stand-alone facilities.

Features and Benefits:

  • Explanations of the technology, including liquefaction, transportation and regasification
  • Pending worldwide LNG projects
  • Understanding of the economics of the LNG industry, including examples of gas supply agreements, sales contracts and project financing
  • Shipping conventions and regulations



List of Figures
List of Tables
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

458 pages/Hardcover/6x9/Published: August 2007

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