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2016/3
Analysis of technologies for production of liquefied natural gas in the arctic climate
Chemical sciences

Authors: Igor V. MESHCHERIN graduated Leningrad Institute of Civil Engineering, Ph.D., docent of the Gas chemistry Department of Gubkin Russian State University (National Research University) of Oil and Gas. Specialist in LNG processes. He is the author of more than 100 scientific publications. E-mail: mescherin@bk.ru
Anton N. NASTIN graduated Gubkin University, engineer processing of gas and gas condensate. Master chair of chemistry, speciality helium production technology and liquefied natural gas of Gubkin Russian State University (National Research University) of Oil and Gas. E-mail: anton-nastin@mail.ru

Abstract: Transportation of natural gas process by piping does not allow to be guided under the rapidly changing conditions of the market of hydrocarbons. In this connection, it took the development of new ways to transport gas. Production of liquefied natural gas helped to solve many problems, so in most countries of the world, as well as in Russia, there is an active development of this sector, with the development of new and existing techniques. It should be noted that most of the projects being developed in Russia, are in the arctic climate. In this article the basic technology of liquefied natural gas, the analysis of their usefulness in the arctic climate, a comparison of economic indicators, ceteris paribus

Index UDK: 66.078:66.011

Keywords: liquefied natural gas, technologies, arctic climate

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