Innovative waste management approaches in LNG operations: A detailed review


  • Peter Simpa Faculty of Science and Engineering, University of Hull, UK
  • Nko Okina Solomon Marshall University Huntington West Virginia, US Department: Environmental Health and Safety, USA
  • Olubunmi Adeolu Adenekan Independent Telecommunications Engineer and Data Analyst, UK.
  • Scholar Chinenye Obasi University of South Wales, UK



As the liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry continues to expand globally, the imperative to address environmental concerns and enhance sustainability within LNG operations becomes paramount. This paper conducts a comprehensive and detailed review of innovative waste management approaches within the LNG sector. Traditional waste management practices in LNG operations, including disposal and recycling, are examined, highlighting the associated challenges. The focus then shifts to innovative approaches, encompassing recycling and circular economy initiatives, advanced waste-to-energy technologies, and the adoption of sustainable packaging solutions. Case studies and examples illustrate successful implementations of innovative waste management strategies in various LNG facilities, providing insights into the environmental and operational benefits achieved. The paper explores the implications of these approaches, emphasizing reduced carbon footprints, enhanced resource efficiency, and cost-effectiveness. Additionally, the review delves into the barriers and challenges hindering widespread adoption, including technological, economic, and regulatory considerations. This detailed examination aims to contribute valuable insights for industry stakeholders, policymakers, and researchers, fostering the integration of sustainable and innovative waste management practices in the ever-evolving landscape of LNG operations.

Keywords: Innovative, Waste, Management, LNG operations, Review.



How to Cite

Peter Simpa, Nko Okina Solomon, Olubunmi Adeolu Adenekan, & Scholar Chinenye Obasi. (2024). Innovative waste management approaches in LNG operations: A detailed review. Engineering Science & Technology Journal, 5(5), 1711-1731.