Before liquefied natural gas (LNG) can be used in process plants or power plants, or fed into the gas pipeline, it must "return to its original form". However, there are some process and safety aspects that must be taken into account.
Producing LNG: Much more than just a liquefying process
It seems straightforward: Cool natural gas to a low enough temperature and there you have it – the coveted LNG. But it's not quite that simple. And what's more, nothing can happen without explosion protection.
Explosion protection for the complete LNG supply chain
As part of the energy revolution, liquefied natural gas (LNG) can make an important contribution to supply security as a transition solution. Since LNG is highly flammable, explosion protection must be guaranteed throughout the entire value chain.
LNG is making lasting changes in the shipping industry
Shipping companies must get on board and implement the switch to more environmentally friendly fuels on their ships. Many are considering the use of LNG as a fuel. Learn more about how LNG is changing the face of shipping for the long term.