Safety

LNG has an excellent safety record
Safety a priority at every stage of the supply chain

LNG as an industry has an excellent safety record. This is due to both the inherent chemical properties of LNG, which make it safer than other commonly-used hydrocarbons, and to the emphasis on safety throughout the supply chain.

LNG is widely used

Many sectors rely on LNG

Industries that depend on LNG range from aggregates, asphalts and agriculture, to mining and metals, packaging and production processes.

Clean-burning and low carbon

LNG is an effective, tried-and-tested alternative to expensive, oil-based systems for businesses concerned about costs and sustainability.

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Benefits of LNG

Advantages of LNG

Economical

LNG is far simpler and more economical to produce than any other fossil fuel. Its price is more stable compared to other fuels, enabling businesses to forecast energy costs more accurately.

Economical

LNG is far simpler and more economical to produce than any other fossil fuel. Its price is more stable compared to other fuels, enabling businesses to forecast energy costs more accurately.

Safe

Safety is a top priority for the LNG industry, which has a proven record of minimising risks at every step of the supply chain, resulting in the fact that, "LNG as an industry has an excellent safety record." This success is due to both the inherent chemical properties of LNG, which make it safer than other commonly-used hydrocarbons, and to the emphasis on safety at every stage.

Plentiful supply

There are an estimated 7,124 trillion cubic feet (Tcf) of proved reserves of gross natural gas worldwide - enough to last for around 200 years at current consumption rates - and new supplies are being discovered all the time.

Plentiful supply

There are an estimated 7,124 trillion cubic feet (Tcf) of proved reserves of gross natural gas worldwide - enough to last for around 200 years at current consumption rates - and new supplies are being discovered all the time.