What is LNG?

Liquefied natural gas (LNG) is natural gas that has been cooled to its liquid state, at about -260 degrees Fahrenheit, for shipping and storage. The volume of LNG is about 600 times less than the gas, making it possible to transport large quantities of gas to places pipelines may not reach. The process to liquefy natural gas was developed in the 19th Century, and has been used in the United States since the 1940s. Many communities rely on LNG as a supplemental source of natural gas during peak times; more than 78 percent of New England’s energy on the 10 coldest days of the year comes from LNG.


The Towanda Project

NiCHe’s Towanda Liquefaction and Storage Facility in Bradford County, Pennsylvania is currently undergoing commissioning activities and will be able to support your LNG needs as early as Fall 2020.


We offer a variety of services from LNG supply to full turnkey solutions. NiCHe Storage Solutions is able to manage fuel services such as temporary trailer-mounted or skid-mounted tanks with vaporizers for easy deployment. Contact us to learn more about what LNG solutions NiCHe can offer you.

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