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Paper presented at the PSIG Annual Meeting, May 16–19, 2023
Paper Number: PSIG-2307
... infrastructure transition toward renewable energy with the target of 20 million tons of clean hydrogen production, storage, and transportation by 2030, with approximately 50% produced with the EU [1]. One aspect of the European hydrogen plan uses carbon neutral energy sources to generate hydrogen, which...
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Paper presented at the PSIG Annual Meeting, May 16–19, 2023
Paper Number: PSIG-2322
... to keep up with the growing demand, leading to a scarcity of the resource. This shortage is due to number of factors, including declining reserves, aging infrastructure, and limited investment in new production facilities. Another cause of natural gas curtailment in Indonesia is the lack of infrastructure...
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Paper presented at the PSIG Annual Meeting, May 10–13, 2022
Paper Number: PSIG-2214
.... Utilities and pipeline companies have infrastructure that is well positioned to adapt to energy transition. Topics of interest for facility planners currently related to energy transition include: Hydrogen blending into natural gas results in the need to transport increased volumes of gas due to hydrogen’s...
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Paper presented at the PSIG Annual Meeting, May 14–17, 2019
Paper Number: PSIG-1918
... ABSTRACT The Mexican Energy Regulatory Commission, Comisión Reguladora de Energía (CRE), has recently approved the use of new short-term service agreements. The need for the agreements within the national gas pipeline system (SNG) was triggered by the development of pipeline infrastructure...
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Paper presented at the PSIG Annual Meeting, November 7–9, 2005
Paper Number: PSIG-0503
... required new methods for better analysing consequences caused by large accidents (and low frequency) in the Norwegian Gas Transport Network. Since the infrastructure was growing fast and thereby increasing the complexity of calculating the consequences, the need for a specific software tool was obvious...
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Paper presented at the PSIG Annual Meeting, October 15–17, 2003
Paper Number: PSIG-0304
... (IT) over the past 10-15 years, and why hydraulic models to some extend have suffered from this development. The future will continue to change the way models are used in the industry. The models will change from being almost synonymous with applications to be components in the IT infrastructure utilized...

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