Liquefied natural gas (LNG) is natural gas that has been cooled to a liquid state, to about -260° Fahrenheit, for transportation and storage. The volume of natural gas in the liquid state is about 600 times less than the volume in the gaseous state. This process, developed in the 19th century, allows natural gas to be transported to places not reached by gas pipelines and used as transportation fuel.
In cases where natural gas pipelines are not viable or do not exist, natural gas liquefaction is a way to move natural gas from producing regions to markets, for example, to and from the United States and countries in Asia or Europe. Asian countries combined account for the largest share of global LNG imports.
For reasons, manufacturing cars with LNG Liquefied Natural Gas is complicated by space problems to install a tank that has to hold a cryogenic fuel, and which also has to be consumed fairly quickly due to the increase in pressure that occurs according to advances the gasification of natural gas when heated in the tank
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