Japex uses new method for LNG transport

08/21/2000
Japan Petroleum Exploration Co. Ltd. (Japex) has devised a low-cost way to deliver LNG to remote markets by making use of existing railways. Here, a 30 ft, 10-tonne capacity LNG container-developed by Japex, Air Water Inc., and Japan Oil Transportation Co. Ltd.-is hoisted from a flatbed truck to be placed on a railcar. Photo courtesy of Japex.Click here to enlarge imageJapan Petroleum Exploration Co. Ltd. (Japex) has developed a new method for transporting LNG to Japan's domestic markets. This system, which makes use of existing railways, is a safe, reliable, and low-cost method of transporting LNG, according to Japex. The company also deems its new system capable of being adapted f...
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