Liquefied Natural Gas, a one-off savior, or a new energy paradigm?

Liquefied Natural Gas, LNG, is the solution that seems to be at the forefront as an intermediate solution between fossil fuels and totally renewable fuels such as methanol, ammonia, or hydrogen. The chemical, mostly (around 90%) composed of methane, CH4, is cooled down to -162°C (-260°F) to go from its gaseous state to liquid and thus gain greater density (600x denser).


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