LNGS

AcronymDefinition
LNGSLaboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso (Italian)
LNGSLaguna Niguel Girls Softball (Laguna Niguel, CA)
LNGSLaboratori Nazionali Gran Sasso (INFN research center in Italy)
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Oman will host the prestigious International Gas Unions 16th International Gas Research Conference (IGRC 2020) in collaboration with Oman LNG and the Oman Convention and Exhibition Centre (OCEC) an event that will attract a large gathering of senior level executives and technical gas experts from the global gas industry.
This is a proud moment, as we witness another horizon of Oman LNGs Corporate Social Responsibility reached.
The Ministry said the agreement, in a transaction worth $165 mln, "constitutes an alignment of upstream and midstream interests, as BG International, a company with substantial technical, financial and marketing capacity is part of the BG Group that holds equity in the LNG export facility at Idku, in Egypt."
German shipping management company Wessels Reederei GmbH, in collaboration with engine manufacturer MAN Diesel and Turbo and gas specialist TGW Marine Gas Engineering, have been investigating over two years the main engine conversion options for propulsion systems, determining the best option was to transition from heavy fuel oil to low-emission liquefied natural gas (LNG).
The global LNG market could be facing even more disruption with a combination of the American shale gas revolution, a disparity in shale gas prices in North America, Europe and Asia, and the potential game-changing impact of China's shale gas development, the World Energy Congress was told on Oct.
The Ichthys FPSO turret forms a part of the Ichthys LNG Project, which is a joint venture between the field operator Inpex group companies, Total group companies and other participants.
The OPERA experiment, a collaboration between the CERN physics laboratory in Geneva, Switzerland, and the Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso (LNGS) in Gran Sasso, Italy, timed particles called neutrinos traveling through Earth from the physics laboratory CERN to a detector in an underground laboratory in Gran Sasso, a distance of some 730 kilometers, or about 450 miles.
Among the research centres of INFN, the National Gran Sasso Laboratory (LNGS) represents the largest underground facility in the world, operating in aextremea scientific fields like dark matter, cosmic rays, neutrinos.
The move reflects the likelihood that the nuclear plant trouble will boost demand for LNGs, fuel for thermal power generation.
It followed the Commission decision in June 2003 to include liquefied natural gas carriers (LNGs) among the beneficiaries of its temporary state aid to European shipbuilders