Port terminals are used to deliver LNG to areas that do not have enough fuel supply.

This solution allows supplying natural gas to consumers who are far from the pipelines.

Fuel is supplied by cryogenic tanks or containers that allow natural gas to be transported in a liquid state (at -162 ° C) occupying a reduced space (1/600 times vs. gaseous state).

Port terminals allow the establishment of virtual gas pipelines, in which LNG passes from the ship to the fixed containers in the port, then it is transferred to the ground mobile containers and finally delivered to the client’s facilities for its use. Through heat exchangers, LNG returns to its original gaseous state.

Modular and scalable virtual gas pipelines can use highways, trains or ships to deliver fuel to the end user.
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