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Open Access Australian Centre for LNG Futures, Australian Research Council

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Launched in 2016 the Australian Centre for LNG Futures (ACLNGF) is an Australian Research Council (ARC) Industrial Transformation Training Centre (ITTC) based at The University of Western Australia (UWA).The LNG focused research has a strong industry focus and aims to increase growth, productivity and capabilities in this key Australian industry. Through innovation and investment through partnership the Centre builds on UWA’s track record of LNG industry aligned research. The Training Centre further fosters links with industry and promotes innovation and technology transfer. Key roles of the Training Centre include fostering stronger collaboration between researchers and industry and to train industry-ready PhD students.

The LNG Futures Facility is the flagship project for the ACLNGF. It will consist primarily of a microscale LNG plant capable of producing LNG at 10-tonne-per-day. It will be a fully functioning, complete LNG producing plant with the purpose of fulfilling research, training and technology demonstration objectives. A globally unique platform to demonstrate new technologies in a live plant environment, this facility will enable rapid deployment and adoption of innovative solutions by Australian LNG producers, suppliers and consumers.
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Keywords: CCS; Chemical Engineering; Flow Assurance; Fluid Properties; Gas; Gas Separations; Geoscience; LNG; NMR; Oil; Porous media; Reservoir, LNG, Geoscience, Oil, Gas, CCS, Porous media, Flow Assurance, Gas Separations, Fluid Properties, NMR, Chemical Engineering

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: June 1, 2017

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