LNG and other facilities that are expanding due to the shale-gas boom face specific challenges when it comes to ensuring the purity of the inlet and outlet water
Brad Buecker and Brian Clarke Kiewit Power Engineers
Water and wastewater treatment are very important at liquefied natural gas (LNG) and related facilities, due to specific challenges associated with managing and removing entrained hydrocarbons, and the need to treat large volumes of inlet water from natural sources...
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