Mid-Scale LNG Processes

Originally delivered Oct 16, 2013
Developed by: AIChE
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    1 hour
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This Webinar presents the need for natural gas liquefaction (LNG), the LNG value chain, and compares several technologies such as the PRICO® single mixed refrigerant process.  The focus is on LNG processes between 0.5 and 6.0 MM tonne/yr.  The effects of equipment type, compressor driver selection, location (on- or off-shore), and feed gas contaminants are discussed.  Technologies for vaporizing LNG are presented.
Those looking to evaluate LNG technology and projects would benefit from this Webinar.  It is intended to provide a general overview of the main processes utilized.  The presentation focuses  on both new entrants to the LNG market, as well as non-technical experienced professionals in the natural gas and LNG industries wishing to gain a better understanding of process engineering systems.

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Shawn Hoffart

Shawn Hoffart currently serves as the LNG Technology Manager for Oil & Gas within Black & Veatch's energy business. As Technology Manager, he is responsible for all aspects of project developments in the LNG area. This includes the supervision of all lead process engineers working in the specific technology area. He reviews and approves all major process design parameters and process guarantees in the technology area to ensure a quality design, serves as a technical consultant to upper management, and is responsible for staying abreast of and evaluating emerging technology and...Read more



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