Essays about: "regasification"

Found 3 essays containing the word regasification.

  1. 1. Thermoeconomic analysis of LNG physical exergy use for electricity production in small-scale satellite regasification stations

    University essay from Högskolan i Gävle/Energisystem och byggnadsteknik

    Author : Dominykas Balciunas; [2019]
    Keywords : LNG; exergy; thermodynamics; economics; thermoeconomic analysis; small scale; satellite; regasification;

    Abstract : Liquefied natural gas (LNG) cold utilization in small scale regasification stations is a novel topic in the industry, while such systems have been proven feasible in large scale LNG facilities. Cold recovery and utilization in LNG regasification facilities would increase the thermodynamic efficiency and reduce cold pollution. READ MORE

  2. 2. Are LNG regasification facilities a financially viable investment to diversify natural gas markets? : a real option approach to investments in an LNG-regasification plant

    University essay from SLU/Dept. of Economics

    Author : Emanuel Hult; [2016]
    Keywords : economics; commodities; liquified natural gas; LNG; natural gas; Monte Carlo-simulation; real option; stochastic modelling;

    Abstract : This thesis looks at the value of having the option to buy gas on the world Liquified Natural Gas-market rather than just relying on one distributor via pipeline. The world market for natural gas is characterized by rigid distribution methods and there is no short term flexibility of destination for the seller and almost no possibility for buyers to buy gas on a competitive market. READ MORE

  3. 3. System analysis of waste heat applications with LNG regasification

    University essay from KTH/Kraft- och värmeteknologi

    Author : Miguel Angel Gonzalez Salazar; [2008]
    Keywords : LNG; regasification; exergy; waste heat recovery; cryogenic;

    Abstract : The combination of the continuously growing demand of energy in the world, the depletion of oil and its sharp price increase, as well as the urgent need for cleaner and more efficient fuels have boosted the global trade of liquefied natural gas (LNG). Nowadays, there is an increasing interest on the design philosophy of the LNG receiving terminals, due to the fact that the existing technologies either use seawater as heating source or burn part of the fuel for regasifying LNG, thus destroying the cryogenic energy of LNG and causing air pollution or harm to marine life. READ MORE