Sentinel LNG Flowmeter In Extreme Conditions

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With an expanse nearly equivalent to the area of Russia and an average depth of 3,400 ft, the Arctic Ocean is the smallest and shallowest of the world’s oceans. Centering on the North Pole, it is also the coldest. Dotting and jutting into those frigid waters are hundreds of near permanently frozen landmasses. Greenland, Norway, Sweden, Russia and other country states lay claim to these tundra. These locations contain some of the largest untapped sources of natural gas and dozens of liquid natural gas processing facilities.

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