Tag Archives: Natural Gas Liquids

How the LNG Delivery System Works and What LNG Means for the U.S.

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Facilitator The winter of 2016/2017 was the first winter season with liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports from the continental U.S. Historically the U.S. exported small amounts of LNG from a facility in Alaska, … Continue reading

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The Composition of Produced Natural Gas and Why It Matters

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Facilitator Typical natural gas composition Natural gas composition refers to the amount of various constituents that make up a stream of natural gas. Though natural gas is mostly methane, there are many other … Continue reading

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Distributed Energy and Shale Gas Among Key Topics of New Energy Seminars

by Enerdynamics Staff Enerdynamics’ 2014 fall seminars are a good example of how we continually monitor industry change and adapt our product offerings to reflect such change. This year we have added two all-new seminars to our calendar, each of which … Continue reading

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Natural Gas Liquids and the Shale Gas Boom

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Instructor  There’s a lot of industry talk and media coverage about the shale gas boom in the United States. But barely mentioned in the discussion is the fact that Natural Gas Liquids, or NGLs, are key … Continue reading

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