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What is LPG? Liquefied Petroleum Gas

What is LPG? Liquefied Petroleum Gas

Fossil fuels are still the main sources of energy, and we have not reached the peak of fossil energy usage. Whole systems, cities, and industries are based on fossil fuels, and the demand is not decreasing but increasing. Fossil fuels will run out for sure, but until that point, the suppliers have to serve demand.
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2021. 03. 30.
Heat Value of Natural Gas (MJ/m3 and BTU/SCF)

Heat Value of Natural Gas (MJ/m3 and BTU/SCF)

What is the heat value of natural gas? It depends on the country and the pipelines, so the value can differ from 34 to 52 MJ/m3 (950 to 1,050 BTU/SCF).
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2021. 02. 23.
Shale gas definition, production, and uses

Shale gas definition, production, and uses

Renewable energy is the future, not just because it is greener and has no carbonization and greenhouse effects, but also because we are running out of oil, petroleum, coal, and natural gas. In 50 years, most of our resources will be gone. Switching to renewable sources of energy is a process, and we consider natural gas and shale gas as a bridge solution between now and the future
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2021. 01. 18.
Natural gas processing – How it's done

Natural gas processing – How it's done

Natural gas processing has many stages: extraction, removals, separation, liquifying. The natural gas used in households is different in many ways from the extracted, raw natural gas.
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2020. 12. 16.
CNG vs LNG: what are the differences?

CNG vs LNG: what are the differences?

Natural gas (also called fossil gas) is a hydrocarbon gas occurring below the surface. Depending on how deep it hides under the Earth’s crust, there are different types of fracturing.
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2020. 11. 20.
Where is natural gas found? Gas reservoirs

Where is natural gas found? Gas reservoirs

Mostly natural gas can be found next to oil reservoirs. Countries in the Middle East possess more than 40% of the world’s natural gas reserves.
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2020. 10. 20.
How is natural gas extracted? The process explained

How is natural gas extracted? The process explained

Natural gas or fossil gas is a non-renewable energy source, which is an odorless, colorless, flammable, and non-toxic hydrocarbon. The largest component is methane (CH4). Raw natural gas contains water, ethane, propane, butane, pentanes, hydrogen sulfide, carbon dioxide, water vapor, helium, and nitrogen. Natural gas is a fuel to provide power to factories or even households.
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2020. 09. 30.
Natural gas transportation: How do you transport natural gas?

Natural gas transportation: How do you transport natural gas?

Natural gas is one of the most important energy sources in the world. Almost every country needs it in large quantities, but the number of natural gas fields is limited. Therefore, natural gas has to travel long distances to reach the consumer.    
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2020. 09. 03.
LNG (liquefied natural gas): definition, storage, transportation and usage

LNG (liquefied natural gas): definition, storage, transportation and usage

Natural gas is one of the most important energy sources in the world. As we wrote in our article on natural gas , gas is mainly transported through international pipelines.
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2020. 08. 05.
What is the difference between natural gas and propane?

What is the difference between natural gas and propane?

Natural gas and propane are both very popular fuels when it comes to heating or fuelling vehicles. And although sometimes people tend to use them as synonyms, there are big differences between them. In this article, we compare natural gas to propane and highlight the greatest differences between them.
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2020. 07. 27.
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