Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)

All the power without the pipeline

The power of LNG

LNG has the power to move heavily loaded vehicles and ships over long distances. It can also be trucked as a bulk fuel over long distances to generate power for remote facilities.

LNG has double the energy density of CNG, making it better suited for greater consumption or higher horsepower applications, such as marine, rail and mine-haul transportation. Like CNG, it can be delivered by tanker truck to remote areas beyond the reach of natural gas pipelines.

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LNG Advantage

LNG has the power to move heavily loaded vehicles and ships over long distances. Find out how LNG infrastructure projects could give you an advantage.

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Uses & Applications

There is a growing list of practical applications for a clean, low-cost fuel that can be efficiently transported anywhere. See how LNG can affect your business.

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Production & Delivery

LNG can be trucked as a bulk fuel over long distances to generate power for remote facilities. Learn how LNG is produced and potential implications.

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The cap-and-trade program started January 1, 2017

Find out how the Ontario government’s program will affect your natural gas bill and what you can do about it.

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