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  • #46
    Small Scale LNG plants convert gas at the well head.

    Western Shell Cryogenic Equipment Company (WSCE) was founded in 2004 and is based in Harbin, China. Since 2004 WSCE has developed a series of Mini-scale LNG liquefiers which can produce LNG by utilizing local natural gas resources such as pipeline gas, well site gas, oil associated gas, or coal bed methane. LNG produced from these mini-LNG plants can support the fueling of long-haul trucks and other high horsepower applications. The Mini-LNG plants are mobile and consist of ten standard 20' transport containers.

    The capacity is 4,000 US gallons per day, which can support 40 heavy trucks with each truck fueled 400 liters/day.

    http://www.lngglobal.com/lng-for-fue...ng-plants.html
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    • #47
      Re: Small Scale LNG plants convert gas at the well head.

      NGT News 3 March 2015 - Stabilis Energy has announced the grand opening of an LNG production facility in George West, Texas. The company says the 100,000-gallon-per-day facility is strategically located in the heart of the Eagle Ford Shale to provide fuel for high-horsepower engines used in the oilfield, transportation, mining, rail, marine, asphalt and other industrial sectors.

      "We offer a reliable source of LNG fuel for customers in the Eagle Ford Shale and throughout Texas," says Casey Crenshaw, CEO of Stabilis Energy. "Despite recent declines in oil prices, Stabilis can provide LNG fuel that is cost competitive with diesel."

      The George West LNG facility is the first to be built as part of a joint venture between Stabilis Energy and Flint Hill Resources LLC, a refining, chemical and biofuels company and a subsidiary of Koch Industries. The joint venture recently announced plans to acquire property in Odessa, Texas, for the proposed construction of a second LNG liquefaction facility to serve the Permian Basin.

      http://www.ngtnews.com/e107_plugins/...2#.VQpLVCkk_8s
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      • #48
        Kitimat LNG export Major Projects spelled out in 2015 summary

        The LNG export projects being built in British Columbia are expected to generate 25,000 construction jobs and 5000 permanent jobs. These projects, consisting of 4 pipelines (48,42,24 & 10in diameter ranging from 470km - 700km) and 6 LNG plants, comprise just the natural gas export operations which are projected to surpass 2.7Bcf/d. There is a companion plan to build two pipelines from Alberta (36 & 20in diameter 1,177km) and a refinery to export heavy oil, diesel, gasoline and aviation fuel.

        Global liquefaction supply is set to expand by about one-third between 2014 and 2018. Much of that will take place in Australia, which accounts for more than half of the world’s LNG capacity under construction. The Sabine Pass LNG terminal (Port Arthur TX) is the largest receiving and regasifying terminal in the world with a total send out capacity of 4bcf/d and storage capacity of 16.8bcf. The terminal is owned and operated by Cheniere Energy. Irrespective of editorials about exporting LNG from North America, this is what exists today.

        Both a project summary and 21Mb map .pdf may be found online presently (helpful to save a copy now in the event it is taken down):

        http://www.eao.gov.bc.ca/files/maps/...s_Overview.pdf


        In comparison, the Keystone pipeline (36in diameter 1897km) would create 13,000 construction and 6,000 permanent jobs according to the U.S. chamber of commerce. The U.S. Senate's 62 "yes" votes in March 2015 (67 needed) failed to override an Obama veto of the Keystone pipeline with nine Democrats joining all Senate Republicans in voting to override the veto. Even though Oregon is ranked 7th highest in the nation in unemployment, Oregon's Senator Merkley voted against Keystone for the Midwest. And the Canadian natural gas exports which were proposed to go through Oregon are now being routed entirely through Canada without using the pipelines which already cross the Rockies in the U.S.
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        • #49
          Re: Kitimat LNG export Major Projects spelled out in 2015 summary

          well that piece of trash in the white house is doing everything in his power to destroy the USA as we know it. so why would you expect him to approve anything that would create real jobs and deliver real products to market. I am thinking I might sneak across the border to our north and see if I can get me one of them jobs obozo sent north they were not happy with sending our jobs to Mexico and china now we have them going to the north. I wonder if I can find a coyote to get me over there like the Mexicans do coming from Mexico to the USA. ROTFLOL except it is not funny. it is the end of the USA as we know it.
          Last edited by cowboy; 05-27-2015, 08:34 PM.

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          • #50
            LNG Canada announced that the BC Oil and Gas Commission (OGC) has issued an LNG Facility Permit, one of the key permits required for the construction and operation of the proposed LNG Canada project. This is the first LNG initiative in British Columbia to receive this permit, which focuses on public and environmental safety, and specifies the requirements the project must comply with when designing, constructing and operating the proposed LNG export facility in Kitimat. [COLOR=#444444][FONT=Droid Serif][SIZE=14px]
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            • #51
              (link for above post was scrambled by vBulletin)

              http://www.ngvjournal.com/shells-ven...-%2006-01-2016

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              • #52
                Australia is 3rd in the world in LNG exports with $200B of construction underway. Note in video clip the massive LNG chillers built in South Korea being unloaded and placed in the LNG (refinery) chains. Convention took place 11-15 April 2016 in Perth:

                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tU1b1H2EWU4

                http://lng18.org

                And, from 2013 conference (held every 3 years):

                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eDzcGTd9VEQ
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                • #53
                  Corrected link for LNG18 in Perth Australia:

                  https://vimeo.com/65542056
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                  • #54
                    Interstate Distributor Co. made history in August as the first national freight carrier in the Pacific Northwest to go green, purchasing 20 Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) tractors for regional trips along the Interstate 5 corridor out of the companys yards in Tacoma, Wash. and Fontana, CA. The trucks – 10 LNG-fueled Kenworth T680 day cabs based in Fontana and 10 52-inch regional sleepers in Tacoma – are more expensive than traditional diesel tractors – between $40,000 and $80,000 more, depending on the vehicle – but the company expects the LNG tractors to pay for themselves in two years.



                    https://www.intd.com/news/interstate-going-green/

                    A planned Puget Sound Energy LNG supply site should help provide a local supply point.

                    Meanwhile, Blu LNG, based in Salt Lake City, operates a national network of LNG fueling stations, including one in Sumner, Wash (15 miles away).

                    Another option is to use Clean Energy Fuels Corp. Clean Energy has offered Interstate a temporary mobile fueling station, or harpoon, that it will maintain and keep full on Interstates yard.




                    Here are the three links to TOTE and its LNG container ships:



                    https://www.intd.com/news/tote-saltc...-angas-new-ad/





                    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwS0zxcNM7k





                    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GLBJxgdcb5o





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                    • #55
                      Animation video of how gas from offshore fields is pumped, liquified, shipped, gasified and distributed to supply power plants and cities:

                      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uztD_gAfNzA
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                      • #56
                        Followup to the Interstate Trucking post above (9-17-2016), four of the tractors can be seen in the second photo of the distribution yard at 11707 21st St S, Tacoma WA on Jan 28 2017.

                        - Fuel is loaded into the CleanEnergy LNG station at 3013 20th St E, Fife WA by a tanker driven from Nampa ID or Boron CA.

                        - A mobile LNG fueler (see below LINK) is filled from the truck dispenser at the LNG station - photo shows a 915 dge purchase for $2746

                        - Four LNG Kenworth tractors point in toward the mobile fueler while they are fueled at the Interstate Yard in Tacoma.


                        https://www.cleanenergyfuels.com/pro...ing-systems-2/


                        LNG_FifeWA1.jpg LNG_FifeWA_disp2.jpg LNG_InterstateTacoma_3.jpg LNG_InterstateTacoma_1.jpg





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                        • #57
                          Canada LNG Conference and Exposition May 16 - 18 2017 Vancouver Convention Centre East, 999 Canada Pl, Vancouver, BC

                          $3000 to register for sessions, $1000 for exhibit hall pass. To see list of 2016 exhibitors:

                          http://www.canadalngexport.com
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                          • KSneedsCNG
                            KSneedsCNG commented
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                            Hope some MOMENTUM can be built to push LNG implementation in the large OTR trucking industry . . . more so than now. I think there are still bunch of work to be done on America's Natural Gas Highway as many stations not built. Also LNG could be utilized for fuel in trains (which has started), airplanes, ocean tankers, etc.

                            REASON . . . Trump just approved exporting LNG to China . . . . . . Arrrrrrrggggggghhhh. China gets benefit of low-pollution alternative to coal on the cheap, while natural gas prices are expected to RISE in the United States.

                            I firmly believe USA should be using our own NG for improving OUR country first. Heck, just in past couple years, Kansas was approved for building new COAL-fired electricity plant in Holcomb, KS . . . . WTH . . . . should be using NG or LNG for OURselves first.
                            Last edited by KSneedsCNG; 05-13-2017, 10:03 PM.

                        • #58
                          Summary: 100 shiploads of LNG to 15 nations have been sent out from the $20B Cheniere Sabine Pass LA (Port Arthur TX) export terminal to date. Ships are loaded through 4 pipes as a fifth pipe vents vapor from the ship storage tanks - while everything rises up and down on the tide. Completion of the Panama Canal upgrades last June allow Panamax-class tankers to supply nations located in the Pacific, too. Santiago Chile receives regular LNG deliveries to supply its electric power generating plant.
                          http://www.lngworldnews.com/cheniere...commissioning/

                          http://www.lngworldnews.com/cheniere...lng-to-europe/

                          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qydFHzrUnXs

                          http://www.lngworldnews.com/cheniere...lng-to-europe/
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                          • #59
                            Costa Norte LNG terminal in Colon Panama - link shows an example of a port that receives LNG from ships to supply an electric power plant:

                            http://www.ngvjournal.com/new-joint-...ENVIO%20SIMPLE
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                            • #60
                              Aug 27 2017 - Hurricane Harvey spares new Cheniere LNG facility near Corpus Christi. More than 4,000 construction workers are building Cheniere s 2,000-acre, $13 billion liquefied natural gas export facility near Portland, just across the bay from Corpus Christi.

                              Cheniere Energy, the largest exporter of liquefied natural gas in the U.S., said on Sunday that Hurricane Harvey had not, as of yet, significantly impacted production at its $18 billion Sabine Pass facility, south of Port Arthur on the Texas-Louisiana border. Sabine Pass site, the first export facility in the U.S., is rated to withstand sustained 150 mph winds and 180 mph gusts, plus the maximum storm surge:

                              http://www.chron.com/business/energy...y-12020433.php


                              Aug 28 2017 - Cheniere Energy on Monday reported only minor cosmetic impacts from Tropical Storm Harvey at its Corpus Christi, Texas LNG facility and no interruption of production at its Sabine Pass facility in Louisiana. The Houston-based company said it will donate $1 million to the Red Cross Harvey relief efforts:

                              https://www.reuters.com/article/stor...-idUSL2N1LE09I
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