Fugitive Emissions in Liquefied Natural Gas Transmission, Storage, and Distribution
Eliminating fugitive methane emissions and reducing the cost of LNG storage and distribution improve the environmental impact and increases savings. This project creates validated modelling tools to optimize equipment designs, simplify transfer protocols and propose emissions management strategies. The project also evaluates technologies for boil-off gas management including micro liquefaction.
WALTER MÉRIDA, Professor, Associated Dean of Research and Industrial Partnership
Department of Mechanical Engineering
System Simulation Modeling
Why Collaborate with Natural Gas Futures
Natural Gas Futures actively collaborates with a wide range of partners and is eager to develop new partnerships that will facilitate the environmental and economical use of natural gas fuel. We are committed to providing viable technologies and solutions in the context of our partners needs and constraints.