April 2015, Vol. 242, No. 4

Features

Design, Siting Considerations for LNG Facilities

With the increase of natural gas production throughout the United States, the LNG market is growing at a rapid pace. Due to that growth, there has been a significant increase in development of small-scale, mid-scale, and large-scale LNG facilities, as well as expansion opportunities of existing facilities. Proper design of a facility concept will start with the application of good engineering practices and relevant design standards followed by a preliminary siting and feasibility study to determine whether a particular parcel of land is appropriate for the proposed project. While the applicable design codes for proper design are generally clear, the appropriate requirements and approved

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