Safety Assessment Studies for new LNG terminals

AuthorsMirek Kaminski
Conference/JournalMARIN Report 89
DateAug 1, 2006
Reading time6 minutes

Liquefied natural gas is certainly set to make an even greater contribution towards the generation of electricity in the coming decade and much of this gas will be transported by LNG carriers. As demand for LNG surges, MARIN is carrying out a number of Safety Assessment Studies, which recently included two studies for the port of Rotterdam.

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waves, impacts and hydrostructuralcfd developmentcfd/simulation/desk studiestime-domain simulationsoil and gasauthorities and regulatorstransport and shippingmonitoringtrials and monitoringsafetysafety assessmentfull scalesimulation