QATAR: ‘LNG industry faces challenges to meet increasing demand’

White and Master among other panellists at a session at the 17th International Conference and Exhibition on Liquefied Natural Gas in Houston.

RasGas presented its market views as well as technical expertise at the 17th International Conference and Exhibition on Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG 17) held in Houston, Texas from April 16 to 19.

Participating in a panel discussion on the inaugural day of the convention, chief executive officer, Hamad Rashid al-Mohannadi, provided insights into the global LNG industry’s challenges and opportunities for the next decade. Noting that demands for LNG appears to be on the increase, he projected that the greatest challenge would lie in securing supply that satisfies the increase in demand.

Al-Mohannadi concluded his speech by encouraging stronger industry advocacy efforts and restating RasGas’ commitment to being a flexible, safe and reliable supplier of LNG.

Sharing more technical and practical aspects of RasGas’ business, engineering specialist, Stuart Christie delivered a poster presentation imparting the experience the company has gained with operation of LNG ultrasonic flow metres. The presentation included an analysis of the reduction in measurement uncertainty and the corresponding improvement in allocation of LNG.

Reliability senior adviser Nicholas White and machinery and onshore development manager Divyesh Master, jointly presented a white paper on RasGas’ feasibility study for the mitigation of seasonal production loss which could reach up to 5% during the hot summer months.

Source: Caye Global, Gulf Times

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