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Title: Scheduling of unloading, inventory and delivery operations at an LNG receiving terminal
Keywords: LNG, MILP, supply chain, Contracts, Optimization, Energy
Issue Date: 29-Aug-2014
Citation: RAJNISH KUMAR (2014-08-29). Scheduling of unloading, inventory and delivery operations at an LNG receiving terminal. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Natural gas is alternate source of energy that is deemed as immediate alternative to fossil fuels. It has lesser carbon footprints, and more calorific value. However because of stranded location of natural gas production sites, it has been a challenge to supply natural gas at the demand location (mostly industries and power plants). The current works deals with downstream LNG terminal logistics and its scheduling of LNG vessels that can facilitate the natural gas supply by considering stringent contractual agreement between supplier and demand. The modeling of contractual agreement, and finding the optimal decision for maximizing profit at LNG terminal by optimally utilizing the units is a novel work.
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