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Local liquefaction reduces costs

Flexible small-scale liquefaction solutions can make LNG available to more consumers as an off-grid energy source and at the same time reduce the cost.

A large portion of the cost of LNG goes towards transporting the gas from the place of production to the consumer. The gas is often sailed halfway across the globe to large LNG terminals from where it is distributed by truck or pipeline, also over large distances. Local production of LNG shortens the supply chain dramatically and makes it possible to lower the price.

Creating an LNG infrastructure

Due to the immense size and corresponding cost of traditional LNG plants, terminals and vessels, LNG has yet to gain the widespread use it deserves based on its many qualities. Therefore, the primary challenge lies in establishing the local, small-scale infrastructure that can bring LNG closer to the consumers.

Small-scale LNG liquefaction plants

We aim to do that by developing flexible small-scale LNG solutions that require less space and are easier to finance. With their modular design, our solutions are scalable and therefore easy to adapt to growing future needs. Our liquefaction plants are designed and delivered as complete turnkey installations, installed and operational within just one year.

LNG from the gas grid to the consumer

Our small-scale liquefaction plants are designed to be connected to the existing natural gas grid or to a biogas plant. From the liquefaction plant, the LNG can be distributed locally at a low cost and allow businesses and communities without access to the gas grid to use natural gas, all to the benefit of the environment.

Contact us to learn more about our LNG liquefaction plants.