Global Transport Standards and Their Impact on Choice of Cryogenic Valves

Global Transport Standards and Their Impact on Choice of Cryogenic Valves

Historically LNG has been shipped in large liquefied natural gas carriers (LNGC) with capacities of up to 260,000 cubic meters (cbm) over long distances from gas rich countries to developed countries. The rules and regulations surrounding ships built for this purpose are well established and are known as the International ...

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