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LNG Custody Transfer Handbook
Number of pages: 99
Description: This third (2011) edition of the GIIGNL LNG Custody Transfer Handbook reflects GIIGNL’s understanding of
best current practice at the time of publication.
The purpose of this handbook is to serve as a reference manual to assist readers to understand the procedures
and equipment available to and used by the members of GIIGNL* to determine the energy quantity of LNG
transferred between LNG ships and LNG terminals. It is neither a standard nor a specification.
This handbook is not intended to provide the reader with a detailed LNG ship-shore custody transfer procedure
as such, but sets out the practical issues and requirements to guide and facilitate a skilled operator team to
work out a suitable procedure for a specific LNG ship-shore custody transfer application.
Although this LNG Custody Transfer Handbook may contain much useful information, it is not specifically
intended to work out procedures for ship-to-ship LNG transfer, custody transfer for LNG carriers with type C
cargo tanks (IGC Code) or overland LNG custody transfer operations involving LNG trucks or trains.
No proprietary procedure, nor particular manufacture of equipment, is recommended or implied suitable for any
specific purpose in this handbook. Readers should ensure that they are in possession of the latest information,
standards and specifications for any procedures and equipment they intend to employ.
GIIGNL, and any of its members, disclaims any direct or indirect liability as to information contained in this
document for any industrial, commercial or other use whatsoever.
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