A clean vision

Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) is obtained by cooling natural gas to -160° C. The liquefaction process reduces the product’s volume approximately 600 times, making it much easier to store and move by ship to coastal deposits and by truck to smaller plants and secondary stocking sites. Here, with the use of vaporizers, it is brought back to its original state and can then be used as both a fuel or to generate heat for industrial or residential purposes. Alternatively, LNG is maintained in its liquid state and used as direct fuel for heavy transportation or ships.