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LNG Custody Transfer Handbook
   Here is the 3rd edition of the LNG Custody Transfer Handbook reflecting the GIIGNL's technical understanding of the best practices. The handbook was prepared and released with the intention to be used as a reference manual assisting readers who want to better understand all equipment used by and procedures available to the GIIGNL members when determining the quantity of the energy of the gas being transferred between terminals and ships; please note that the present publication shall not be treated as a technical specification/recognized standard. At the same time, it shall be underlines that it was not the original intention of the authors of this handbook to provide readers with detailed procedures of the ship-shore custody transfer of LNG; they rather tried to set out the practical requirements and issues to facilitate skilled operators to prepare suitable procedures for specific transfer operations. The book starts with some introduction followed by general formulae and schemes of transfer as well as the instruments used, then there come parts dealing with the volume, temperature and vapor pressure measurement, sampling of gasified LNG, control devices and vaporizers, sampling procedures, gas analysis, calibration methods, density calculation and many other relevant technical information.

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Gas Tankers - Familiarisation Level
   The present training course is aimed to help the key ratings and officers that have not previously served on board LG tankers. The book covers all mandatory minimum training requirements as prescribed by Regulation V/1, paragraph 1.2 of the STCW-95; it also includes basic pollution-prevention and safety precautions and applicable procedures, layouts of various types of liquefied gas tankers, types of transported cargo, their handling equipment and hazards plus the general sequence of operations and gas tanker terminology. The whole training material has been arranged in two halves; the first part of the course providing some basic safety training for ship officers and ratings, while the second part provides the additional technical training for officers, masters as well as all others having immediate responsibilities for handling of cargo/equipment. The main portion of the course starts with listing the most important stages in the LNG transportation by ships and some historical information on the development of liquefied gas handling, followed by the terminology used, properties of the liquefied gases and hazards associated with their transportation, types of gas carriers, cargo handling equipment and instrumentation etc...

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TGE Guide for gases and chemicals


   The present publication was written and released by the TGE(standing for Tractebel Gas Engineering) professionals with the declared intention to provide all people who are concerned with transportation, handling and further storage of liquefied gases as well as some chemicals with all technical info that they might require in order to perform their professional duties in a safe and effective manner. It contains all main physical and thermo-dynamic properties of the above mentioned liquefied gases and chemicals presented in the diagrams and data tables. The team of authors of the handbook hopes that it will serve as a useful guidebook for those who require the basic technical information. There are thermo-dynamic properties of various liquids/gases, safety properties of these substances, diagrams presented in a half-logarithmic scale and provided with explanations and descriptions, diagrams summary and diagrams of pure substances for LNG and chemicals are also there together with the conversion factor tables. In short, this publication is recommended to any people who are directly or indirectly involved in any activities relating to the safe transporting and handling of all those substances.

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gas ship measurement guidelines

 

   These guidelines were developed in 1998/99 for Exxon Chemical Europe Inc., Basic Chemicals Europe by Captain C. Allport of Standard Marine Services Limited and replace earlier guidance. They are based upon the report and advice from an LPG Measurement Survey conducted by Srini Sivaraman of ER&E in May/June 1997 and incorporate the earlier guidelines for Liquefied Gas Cargo Measurement and Calculation, produced in 1987 for Exxon Chemicals International by the Centre for Advanced Maritime Studies, Edinburgh. The earlier guidelines were adopted by Exxon Chemical International Inc. and approved by Regional Audit in 1988. The key to accurate cargo measurement based upon ship's figures depends on the precision of the tank calibration and calibration of associated level, temperature and pressure measuring devices in addition to the use of consistent methodology. Conformance to the recommendations made in these guidelines will result in transfer custody quality that is within the expectation of Exxon Corporation controls. The practices and procedures described in this document provide guidance for improving or maintaining liquefied gas measurement level of uncertainty within the accuracy requirements of Exxon's Hydrocarbon Measurement Practices (HMP) . Contrary to the general recommendations contained in the HMP, these practices and procedures will demonstrate that quantity determination can be based upon ship or barge measurement. Custody transfer integrity is comparable to and in some cases can be better than shore systems and match HMP requirements.

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