September 15, 2014
There are two types of LNG terminals: liquefaction terminals, which convert gaseous natural gas into a liquefied form, thereby creating LNG, and regasification terminals, which reconstitute LNG back into a gaseous form. Natural gas is often converted into LNG so that it can be transported more efficiently. For example a comparable quantity of LNG only takes up about 1/600th the space that gaseous natural gas would take up. However, many industrial processes and energy-consuming equipment require the gaseous form of natural gas in order to work. Therefor, it is common for natural gas to be converted into LNG at a liquefaction terminal for transport then reconverted into natural gas at a … read more
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