LNG describes natural gas that has been chilled to liquid form. This process transforms natural gas into a non-pressurized material that’s safe, easy and cost effective to transport and store. It occupies around 1/600th the volume of natural gas, making it a space efficient alternative. LNG is colorless, odorless and non-toxic which earns it eco-friendly credentials. It’s also non-corrosive, making it the fuel of choice for operating sensitive and expensive equipment and machinery.

LPG also known as propane or butane, LPG weighs twice as much as air and is colorless, odorless and is a highly flammable explosive gas. It is comprised of propane mixed with butane, traces of propylene and butylene. It’s readily available around the world and is lauded as a clean, energy efficient and portable fuel with an affordable price tag. Primary uses for LPG include powering heating appliances and cooking equipment, as well as fueling vehicles. Currently, most LPG is sourced from natural gas and oil production activities.