LNG report

Amos Avidan Mobil LNG Inc. Houston What is LNG? Natural gas when cooled to -160° C. (-258° F.) becomes liquefied natural gas (LNG) and is dramatically reduced in volume. The LNG is transported in insulated ocean-going tankers that deliver it to special receiving terminals. There, it is "regasified," or returned to a gaseous form, then distributed as natural gas to large utilities, independent power plants, and home and commercial users. Reserves of natural gas, the cleanest hydrocarbon fuel, are abundant worldwide. Technological advances in gas-fired electrical power generation, as well as environmental considerations, are making natural...

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