Expert statements on liquefied natural gas (LNG) by Olof Källgren, Head of Clean Energy Merchant LNG, and Marcus Lang, Head of Natural Gas Plants Production Line, The Linde Group
Natural gas is becoming more and more attractive as an alterantive fuel for heavy trucks and ships, with much lower emissions than diesel or gasoline. It offers both economic advantages and ecologic benefits. When natural gas is liquefied by cooling it down, it contracts to 1/600th of its original volume. That's why LNG plays an increasingly important role in world natural gas trade. Linde Engineering is a world leader in natural gas processing plants and a true one-stop-shop for customers, offering everything from small- to world-scale liquefaction plants, storage units and distribution equipment to fuelling stations. The Baltic Sea's first LNG terminal in Nynäshamn, Sweden, is a good example for the growing merchant market.
Natural gas processing plant, Kollsnes, Norway
LNG plant, Stavanger, Norway
Gas truck transportation
LNG Terminal, Nynäshamn, Sweden
Fuelling of LNG to trucks
LNG plant, Hammerfest, Norway
Biogas liquefaction plant, Altamont, USA
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