LPG Operations-making The Grade (change) Some Operational Mysteries of Liquefied Gas Ships (eBook)

Published Date

January 1996

LPG Operations-making The Grade (change) Some Operational Mysteries of Liquefied Gas Ships (eBook)

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This paper describes the process of 'grade changing' liquefied gas cargoes (7pp)

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Shipping liquefied gases is a fascinating combination of science & history, technology & mystery. Historically, the thermodynamic theory of gas liquefaction has been well understood for over 100 years. The design of gas ship cargo systems evolved from the 1930's until the present date - reaching a technological plateau some years ago. Since then the main changes in the gas ship trades have been commercial.

Gas ships now trade between an increasing number of different ports, carrying a wider range of cargoes than before, often transferring them ship-to-ship. Charterers expect cargo operations to be carried out more efficiently & economically, while often not appreciating how to obtain the optimum results from the cargo system. And it is in the realms of cargo system operations that lie the greatest mysteries of liquefied gas shipping - especially the combination of art & science involved when "changing grade" from one cargo to another.

Paper delivered by:
Chris R Clucas (Dorchester Maritime Limited, UK)

Prepared for:
Gastech Vienna 1996

For over 45 years, the Gastech Exhibition & Conference has been at the forefront of the international gas and LNG market. This world-renowned event is regarded as the most significant meeting place for gas and LNG professionals, where the global industry gathers to do business.

Gastech hosts major IOCs, NOC’s, global utility companies, EPC contractors, shipbuilders, pipeline companies, manufacturers, distributors, technology and service providers, all who play an active role in the global energy value chain.

Title: LPG Operations-making The Grade (change) Some Operational Mysteries of Liquefied Gas Ships (eBook)
Product Code: 4433g028
Published Date: January 1996

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