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LNG import terminals

LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) is becoming the preferred method of transport and storage of natural gas. In the LNG value chain, LNG-receiving terminals play an important role, allowing for the sourcing of LNG from all over the world and creating a new dynamic in the local natural gas market. Installations for the export of the natural gas from the receiving terminal to the various consumers – either in liquid or gaseous form – provide the required flexibility to match the market demand.

With more than 125 years of comprehensive experience in the handling of cryogenic liquids, Linde Engineering has a track record in the design and performance of a wide range of natural gas projects, including both LNG import and export terminals.

Furthermore, Linde Engineering is well recognised as a reliable technology provider and EPC contractor, both by its customers and the financial world.

Own manufacturing capabilities for core cryogenic equipment, such as vaporisers, pumps, expanders and vacuum-insulated piping, complement Linde Engineering’s unique profile and enable it to customise the process design and core equipment while implementing a project management approach that eliminates complex interfaces and delivers a product with optimised performance.

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