Liquefied natural gas (LNG) is one of the solutions to meet the rising global energy demand while not seriously affecting climate change and air pollution. LNG is regarded as one of the cleanest-burning hydrocarbon, which produces approximately half the greenhouse gas emission and less than one-tenth of the air pollutants that coal does.
LNG (floating) facilities need to be designed, constructed and operated in line with international standards for the prevention and control of fire and explosion hazards in order to protect people and (critical) equipment.
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You will find the following information in this eBook:
- LNG facility challenges;
- LNG facility solutions;
- Specialized walls, doors and windows for LNG facilities.