What Is LNG

"Liquefied Natural Gas sustainable and efficient, the perfect partner for renewable energies, the energy of the future, the way forward."

Liquefied natural gas (LNG) is natural gas (predominantly methane, CH4) that is liquefied from its original gaseous state at (-260⁰F) -162⁰C & then it is stored at essentially atmospheric pressure for ease of storage & transport.

The process of converting natural gas to LNG condenses its volume by 600 times, into an odorless, colorless, non-toxic and non-corrosive. The process contains removal of certain components, such as dust, water, helium, heavy hydrocarbons and acid gases, which can cause difficulty downstream.

LNG is then transported through specially designed transport vessels around the world. Once the shipment reaches its destination it is re-gasified and pumped into the pipelines for natural gas supplies to homes and businesses, which makes it practical, from a physical and economic perspective for transportation of gas over long distance.