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Title: Measurement Of Cryogenic LNG
Author: Alastair Mclachlan
Source: 2017 International School of Hydrocarbon Measurement
Year Published: 2017
Abstract: With depletion of conventional oil reserves, natural gas is becoming an increasingly important source of energy for many countries. While some of the demand for natural gas can be met by domestic production or pipeline imports, many countries are becoming increasingly dependent on natural gas imports in the form of LNG. In 2014 the global production capacity of LNG was around 240 MT (Million Tonnes) and although this has remained essentially flat year on year for the last 3 years the production capacity currently under construction will deliver a 36% growth over the next 5 years.