Automation in LNG Plants

The technology and processes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) production are various and complex, from liquefying natural gas to ensuring minimal loss due to regasification in storage. Like other sectors of the oil and gas industry, automation is poised to better...

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The Latest Developments On U.S. Condensate Exports

The U.S. Congress has officially lifted its 40-year-old ban on crude oil exports. The embargo, which was originally set in place to offset the 1975 oil crisis, has been fully repealed as of Friday, December 18, 2015. In June 2014, the U.S. passed legislation that...

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Making Distinctions between Crude and Condensate

The concept of condensate has been around awhile, but it traditionally hasn't been considered something distinctly separate from crude oil. In fact, it has typically been fed into the crude mix when produced. However, new methods of onshore natural gas and oil...

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A Bit More About Amines

Amines are formed when hydrogen atoms of ammonia (NH3) are swapped with one or more hydrocarbon groups. The more hydrogen swapped out, the less reactive the resulting amine will be. Numerous types of amines are made and used specifically for treating natural gas,...

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Liquefied Natural Gas in the News

Liquefied natural gas (LNG) has been an important globally traded fuel source since 1964. Technologies involving extraction, processing, and transportation have improved, and with those improvements has come a new wave of supplies to be traded and used. So what's the...

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