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The gas stream is typically separated into the Liquefied Petroleum fractions (butane and propane), which can be stored in liquid form at relatively low pressure, and the lighter ethane and methane fractions.
These lighter fractions of methane and ethane are then liquefied to make up the bulk of LNG that is shipped.
Natural gas was considered to be economically unimportant wherever gas-producing oil or gas fields were distant from gas pipelines or located in offshore locations where pipelines were not viable.
In the past this usually meant that natural gas produced was typically flared, especially since unlike oil no viable method for natural gas storage or transport existed other than pipelines which required the immediate use by end users of the same gas. This meant that natural gas markets were historically entirely local and any production had to be consumed within the local network.
Developments of production processes, cryogenic storage, and transportation effectively created the tools required to commercialize natural gas into a global market which now competes with other fuels.
Furthermore, the development of LNG storage also introduced a reliability in networks which was previously thought impossible.
Given that storage of other fuels is relatively easily secured using simple tanks, a supply for several months could be kept in storage.
With the advent of large scale cryogenic storage, it was possible to create long term gas storage reserves.
These reserves of liquefied gas could be deployed at a moment’s notice through regasification processes and today are the main means for networks to handle local peak shaving requirements.
The primary use of LNG is to simplify transport of natural gas from the source to a destination.
On the large scale, this is done when the source and the destination are across an ocean from each other.
It can also be used when adequate pipeline capacity is not available. For large scale transport uses, the LNG is typically regassified at the receiving end and pushed into the local natural gas pipeline infrastructure.
LNG can also be used to meet peak demand when the normal pipeline infrastructure can meet most demand needs, but not the peak demand needs.
These plants are typically called LNG Peak Shaving Plants as the purpose is to shave off part of the peak demand from what is required out of the supply pipeline.
LNG can be used to fuel internal combustion engines. LNG is in the early stages of becoming a mainstream fuel for transportation needs.
There may be applications where LNG trucks, buses, trains and boats could be cost-effective in order to regularly distribute LNG energy together with general freight and/or passengers to smaller, isolated communities without a local gas source or access to pipelines.
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