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Flame conference and WECS announce Women at Flame Summit
In order to provide a platform for dialogue on gender equality in global gas and LNG sector, Flame and the Women in Energy, Climate and Sustainability (WECS) Foundation are launching the Women at Flame Summit, being held on 11 May 2020 on the side-lines of the Flame Conference.
The world is going big on small-scale end-use LNG projects
Energy journalist and consultant Nicholas Newman analyses the current state of small-scale LNG market and its future.
Bringing Disruptive Innovation to LNG: An Interview with Derek Thomas of AG&P
To get a better picture of what their work with developing small scale LNG infrastructure entails, I spoke with Derek Thomas, Head of their Advanced A&D Unit. Thomas describes his company’s products and services as “High Value Density” solutions that “enable distributed industrial development in locations where costs and the lack of support infrastructure could otherwise be prohibitive.”
Off the Scale: BRG’s Joanna Martin Ziegenfuss On the Current State of Small Scale LNG
According to TechSci Research, the Global small scale (Liquefied Natural Gas) LNG market is expected to reach over $47 billion by 2021, and infrastructure specialist Seth Adjei Boye has written in “Small Scale LNG Projects” that “There are at least a dozen projects ranging from one million to one-hundred million cubic feet per day (7,000 to 700,000 metric tons per year) under development around the world”. I sat down with an expert in small scale LNG market analysis, Joanna Martin Ziegenfuss, Associate Director of Berkeley Research group, to find out more about the current status of Global small scale LNG projects.