LNG - LIQUEFACTION PLANTS - REGASIFICATION PLANTS
Liquefied natural gas, or LNG, is natural gas in a liquid state at -162º C. This process, called liquefaction, shrinks the volume of the gas 600 times, making it easier to store and transport. Heat created during the liquefaction process is typically removed through seawater cooling systems.
Beaudrey’s designers helps our customers to select the adequate intake screens solutions they need according to the flow rate, local conditions, specific requirements, etc.
After transportation, the LNG gas arrives in LNG terminals where it is stored in cryogenic tanks.
Regasification is the process of converting LNG gas from liquid state to gaseous state and generally, seawater is used for the regasification process to heat the gas.
Before passing through the heat exchanger, the seawater debris are removed at the pumping station by Beaudrey’s intake screens solutions such as passive screens, bar screens, band screens or drum screens.