Consideration of Marine Safety Requirements when Siting and Designing LNG Terminals and Ports (eBook)

Published Date

January 1998

Consideration of Marine Safety Requirements when Siting and Designing LNG Terminals and Ports (eBook)

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This paper discusses site selection and design for LNG ports and terminals, providing an overview of all considerations. (7pp)

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This paper addresses site selection and design for LNG ports and terminals. While much of the information is contained in other publications, listed in the annex, this paper draws together the relevant information from these other sources to give an overview of the considerations that have to be taken when siting and designing LNG terminals, from the marine perspective. In addition it addresses some of the design innovations, seen in the LNG industry, to reduce the risks of the transport and transfer of LNG.

Paper Delivered by:
Captain Marc Hopkins

Prepared for:
Gastech Dubai 1998

Title: Consideration of Marine Safety Requirements when Siting and Designing LNG Terminals and Ports (eBook)
Product Code: 4433g139
Published Date: January 1998

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