Cold climate could give Alaska LNG edge
Lower ambient temperatures let liquefaction process run more efficiently, an advantage of some 10% over facilities in Middle East
Researcher/writer for the Office of the Federal Coordinator
What is it that brings misery, numb toes and frozen pipes to Alaska residents but warms the hearts of people designing a liquefaction plant?
The stateís cold weather.
Low temperatures would make the natural gas liquefaction process and related systems more energy-efficient for the Alaska LNG project....
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