See link above regarding Sandia National Labs of New
Mexico LNG Pool Fire Tests on water, on again after stalling after the
first test of 40m diameter was only able to attain a 23m diameter due
to large vapour loss (See page 6 of the following attachment sandialngpoolfiretestsonwater2009.pdf
)? Further tests
of 70m & 100m had been asked for by the US congress GAO Report.
According to the link these tests and the Cascading Tank failure evaluation are to be completed by the end of 2010.
It is interesting to note that cascading tank failure
aboard an LNG carrier is almost a certainty, if there was an LNG Pool
Fire on water from one punctured tank scenario, because the insulation
between the tanks is flammable !?