The introduction of natural gas into the world began with the use of pipeline systems. However, with technological advances, natural gases can now be delivered via conventional transportation such as trucks and Lorries. This is done so through cooling Methane gas to -161°C and by which gets converted into LNG, a liquefied natural gas that is 1/600th the volume of its gaseous form.
Along with improvements in infrastructure that has greatly reduced the cost of storage, production, and transportation, LNG offers a great advantage over the above fuels. With an energy density that is similar to conventional fuel sources such as petrol and diesel fuel, its functional versatility provides an excellent, more eco-friendly fuel alternative.
The benefits of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) as an alternative to traditional biofuels have been widely documented. LPG is a safe, reliable and cost-effective alternative to conventional power supply and has been identified as the most environmentally friendly of all fossil fuels.
This fuel manly comprises of propane, produced as a by-product of natural gas processing and petroleum refining. Heavier than air, there is a high tendency for LPG to settle and accumulate in low areas, resulting in explosion hazards. This will be able to make full use of the marvelous opportunity we have to derive the maximum benefits from LPG as a cheaper and more sustainable source of energy to the ultimate betterment of the broader use.