What is Gas Liquefaction?
Gas Liquefaction is the process in which natural gas is converted from the gaseous to the liquid phase. At the end of the Gas Liquefaction process, the product is referred to as "Liquefied Natural Gas" or "LNG."
Gas Liquefaction is also referred to as "Natural Gas To Liquid" and "Gas to Liquid."
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