Shale Gas


Read CEP Magazine's comprehensive supplement devoted to Energy: Shale Gas supplement in CEP Magazine.

Go to Supplement

University of Michigan compiled a report on the imact of shale gas on American manufacturing, in large part focusing on the chemical industry. You can download the report and read background information on it.

Featured

World Scale Boil-off Gas Reliquefaction

AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety
Apr 30, 2013
Boil-off gas reliquefaction has become an industry standard for many LNG carriers, which no longer use gas as fuel for steam boilers, but tap others...

New Quantitative Risk Criteria for U.S. LNG Facilities

AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety
Apr 29, 2013
The recent increase in natural gas production has expanded the outlook for exporting domestically-produced natural gas. As a result, many existing...

Current Myths about LNG

AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety
Apr 29, 2013
Since the startup of the first baseload LNG plant (Camel) in 1964, there have been several generations of LNG plant designs. Each generation can be...

Processing Challenges with Tight Oil

AIChE Webinar
Jun 4, 2014
This presentation provides insight into processing challenges with tight oil. Opportunity crudes from shale are more readily available in North...

Water Reuse Challenges and Hydraulic Fracturing

International Society for Water Solutions - ISWS
Dec 4, 2013
GE Water & Process Technologies offers a broad product and solutions portfolio that addresses water challenges associated with hydraulic...

Mid-Scale LNG Processes

AIChE Webinar
Oct 16, 2013
This Webinar presents the need for natural gas liquefaction (LNG), the LNG value chain, and compares several technologies such as the PRICO® single...

PSM Challenge for Unregulated Upstream Facilities

AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety
May 1, 2013
Upstream oil and gas facilities are typically exempt from the OSHA Process Safety Management (PSM) standard; however, in light of recent regulatory...

Removal of Heavy Hydrocarbons from Lean Natural Gas

AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety
Apr 29, 2013
Removal of heavy hydrocarbons, such as C 6 + from natural gas is essential prior to cryogenic liquefaction in order to prevent freeze-out of these...

Fracking: The Hydraulic Fracturing of Shale

AIChE Web Forum
Nov 15, 2011
Led by experts from academia, government and industry, this interactive Web Forum presents an overview of the history, the current state of...

Natural Gas Future

South Texas Section Webinar
Apr 7, 2011
Natural gas, at prices significantly below BTU parity with oil for a long time to come, will certainly play a pivotal role in world energy supply and...

CEP: AIChE Journal Highlight - Natural Gas Transforms the Chemical Industry

March
2014
Journal Highlight
The recent development of new sources of shale-gas methane and shale-gas condensate will significantly impact fuels and chemical feedstocks in the U.S. and around the world, says Jeffrey Siirola of Purdue Univ. and Carnegie Mellon Univ. in the March AIChE Journal Perspective article, “The Impact of Shale Gas in the Chemical Industry.”

Special Section: Energy - Shale Gas [Full Supplement]

August
2012
Special Section
Jesse F. Goellner, Mary Ellen Ternes, Stephen A. Holditch, P.E., Trevor Smith, William Liss
The production of natural gas from shale formations is one of the fastest-growing segments of the U.S. oil and gas industry today.
Subscribe to Shale Gas