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(Natural gas imports)
18 results
  • Exploring Future Food Provision Scenarios for China. [Journal Article]
    Environ Sci Technol 2019; 53(3):1385-1393Ma L, Bai Z, … Zhang F
  • Developing sustainable food systems is essential, especially for emerging economies, where food systems are changing rapidly and affect the environment and natural resources. We explored possible future pathways for a sustainable food system in China, using multiple environmental indicators linked to eight of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Forecasts for 2030 in a business as usual scen…
  • Air quality, health, and climate implications of China's synthetic natural gas development. [Journal Article]
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2017; 114(19):4887-4892Qin Y, Wagner F, … Mauzerall DL
  • Facing severe air pollution and growing dependence on natural gas imports, the Chinese government plans to increase coal-based synthetic natural gas (SNG) production. Although displacement of coal with SNG benefits air quality, it increases CO2 emissions. Due to variations in air pollutant and CO2 emission factors and energy efficiencies across sectors, coal replacement with SNG results in varyin…
  • Potential effects of LNG trade shift on transfer of ballast water and biota by ships. [Journal Article]
    Sci Total Environ 2017; 580:1470-1474Holzer KK, Muirhead JR, … Ruiz GM
  • As the US natural gas surplus grows, so does the prospect of establishing new trade partnerships with buyers abroad, a process that has major consequences for global ship movement and ballast water delivery. Since US annual imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) peaked in 2004-2007, the country is rapidly transitioning from net importer to net exporter of LNG. Combining multiple datasets, we esti…
  • Can sub-Saharan Africa feed itself? [Journal Article]
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2016; 113(52):14964-14969van Ittersum MK, van Bussel LG, … Cassman KG
  • Although global food demand is expected to increase 60% by 2050 compared with 2005/2007, the rise will be much greater in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). Indeed, SSA is the region at greatest food security risk because by 2050 its population will increase 2.5-fold and demand for cereals approximately triple, whereas current levels of cereal consumption already depend on substantial imports. At issue is…
  • A structural and stochastic optimal model for projections of LNG imports and exports in Asia-Pacific. [Journal Article]
    Heliyon 2016; 2(6):e00108Kompas T, Che TN
  • The Asia-Pacific region, the largest and fastest growing liquefied natural gas (LNG) market in the world, has been undergoing radical changes over the past few years. These changes include considerable additional supplies from North America and Australia, and a recent LNG price slump resulting from an oil-linked pricing mechanism and demand uncertainties. This paper develops an Asia-Pacific Gas M…
  • Recovery of SO2 and MgO from By-Products of MgO Wet Flue Gas Desulfurization. [Journal Article]
    Environ Eng Sci 2014; 31(11):621-630Yan L, Lu X, … Guo Q
  • An industrial demonstration unit using natural gas as a heat source was built to calcine the by-products of MgO wet flue gas desulfurization from power plants; influencing factors on the SO2 content in calciner gas were comprehensively analyzed; and an advantageous recycling condition of MgO and SO2 from by-products was summarized. Results showed that the SO2 content in the calciner gas was incre…
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