All You Need to Know About LNG | OilPrice.com


A look at LNG. How it’s made, who makes it, what it’s used for, where are the dangers, the history of LNG, and how it’s traded.

An excrept:

“An estimated 1.2 million gallons of LNG spilled, so much that it flowed over the protective dike.

The liquid spread like batter on a griddle. Some dropped into the sewers, which filled with methane vapor as the LNG warmed above methane’s boiling point. Gas seeped into basements. Houses blew apart as the gas contacted hot-water heater pilot lights.

The Cleveland catastrophe killed 128 people; 14,000 became homeless.

The LNG industry went dormant, except for a liquefaction plant Dresser Industries built for the Soviet Union in 1947.”

Source: All You Need to Know About LNG | OilPrice.com

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