End-Use Applications

Not so long ago, natural gas in its liquid form LNG was primarily a means for transporting gas by ocean carrier to distant markets for power generation.

However, today LNG plays a much greater role in overall gas supply, and small-scale LNG has revolutionized the production and distribution processes enabling wider access to it.

With natural gas priced 50 to 75 percent less than diesel on an energy-equivalent basis, the economic logic of converting trucks, buses, locomotives, ships and stationary engines to cleaner burning, lower emission LNG is compelling.

Chart's highly-engineered equipment spans the entire LNG value chain liquefaction, distribution, storage and end-use, and our experience of bringing LNG solutions to customers stretches back more than 40 years. From small-scale LNG plants to vehicle fueling systems, Chart is facilitating the use of a clean burning, safe and economical fuel alternative for transportation and energy.