Liquified Natural Gas, Amlwch, Anglesey



LNG stands for liquefied natural gas. Natural gas becomes a liquid when cooled to -160 degrees centigrade.

It is a clear, odourless liquid, which is neither corrosive nor toxic.

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The main suppliers of liquefied natural gas at present are Russia Iran and Qatar. Other resources are being developed.

LNG is transported in tankers built with a special double-hull. The tankers need about 15 feet of water when fully loaded.

This explains why the waters off Amlwch on Anglesey are such a good location for delivery and discharge of this cargo.

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Natural gas is the cleanest fossil fuel for burning. It creates lower emissions than coal or oil..

More information on LNG can be found here www.ingfacte.org






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