LNG industry exits its infancy

The Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) industry has undergone a dramatic pace of change in the last few years as the economy has gone through major upheaval and technology has improved enough to make smaller commercial projects possible.
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Oct. 11, 2011 - PRLog -- LNG industry exits its infancy

The Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) industry has undergone a dramatic pace of change in the last few years as the economy has gone through major upheaval and technology has improved enough to make smaller commercial projects possible. In particular, LNG in North America is set to change as a recent discovery of shale gas has ensured that the domestic market is secure, pushing many organisations to move from importing to exporting.

Randy Miller, project manager for the Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline, a 234-mile stretch that has plans to run from a proposed Jordan Cove LNG terminal near Coos Bay in Southern Oregon, through Coos, Douglas, Jackson and Klamath counties to Malin, told the Mail Tribune that the change made little difference to many people in the industry. He explained that the cost implications of the turnaround to pipelines pumping LNG are small.

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The Small-Mid Scale LNG Summit North America 2011 will be hosted from 8th - 9th November in Houston, US. For more details, please visit the website, call freephone: 0800 652 2363 or email: enquire@iqpc.co.uk.
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