What is LNG?
LNG is natural gas turned into liquid by artificial cooling to a temperature of -161 °Ñ for easy storage and transportation.
600 times more
LNG tank fits LNG (by weight) in comparison with usual natural gas
High calorific value
No heating fuel costs in winter
High boiler house efficiency
Ecological compatibility and safety
Simplicity of equipment operation and maintenance
Convenient delivery to remote areas
Unlike usual natural gas, for which transportation it is necessary to use pipelines, LNG can be delivered to remote regions in cryogenic tanks by marine and ground transport.
Natural gas in its liquefied state is safely stored for a long time in special storage facilities of customers (RSRGS), that allows to accumulate required gas reserves. Before delivery to consumers, LNG is heated in evaporators and returns to its initial gaseous state.
LNG is a profitable and ecologically safe alternative to gasoline or diesel fuel. It is environmentally safe, cost-effective, reduces wear of engine parts and oil consumption.
For transport purposes
LNG, as an engine fuel, is actively used abroad. The area of its application is wide enough, from ordinary city cars to water and railway transport.