Natural Gas and LNG

Natural Gas and LNG

Liquefied Natural Gas is one of the energy industry sectors with the highest growth rates during the last 20 years. Associated technology and infrastructure for LNG projects have helped to commercialise gas reserves not initially considered due to size and distance to market. 

The use of technology such as Process Simulation to develop efficient and optimal designs of new plants provides a major benefit in minimising the risks associated with the development of new LNG projects.

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Related cases of success

  • Dynamic Simulation Study for the steam system of a LNG plant
    • 2015
    • Indonesia
    • Natural Gas and LNG
    • Italian EPC (Indonesia Office)

    Inprocess will develop an integrated dynamic simulation model of the TEO and TEP steam system on a single LNG (liquefied natural gas) train expansion. In addition, Inprocess will carry out the dynamic analysis for a set of pre-defined operating scenarios.

  • Dynamic Simulation Studies for a LNG plant
    • 2014
    • Canadá
    • Natural Gas and LNG
    • Italian Engineering Company

    The objective of the Dynamic Simulation Study was to demonstrate that the LNG Storage Tanks can act as a buffering capacity that will store all the energy released during the loading mode, by means of an increase in pressure, without reaching the design pressure.

  • Dynamic Simulation Studies to check the operability of a Gas Plant
    • 2014
    • España
    • Natural Gas and LNG
    • Spanish Engineering Company (Oman Site)

    The EPC company required inprocess to design, build and install a high fidelity dynamic process model for a gas plant facilities in Oman. Using the dynamic simulation model, it was checked the operation and stability of the entire facility in the various operating modes.
    The detailed dynamic simulation helped to confirm process control performance, the adequacy of equipment protection, the adequacy of safety systems, control - safeguarding set points and the adequacy of start-up and shutdown procedures.