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  This website uses cookies. By continuing to browse this website you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Find out more by reading our privacy policy.     Shell.com     Privacy policy     Accessibility     Help     Contact Us     Shell Global Change Location     Environment & Society    Future of Energy  o   Natural gas  o   Liquefied natural gas     What is LNG?     LNG shipping     LNG market     LNG supply projects and regasification plants    Products & Services     About Shell     You are here:    Home >    Future of Energy >     Natural gas >    Liquefied natural gas >    What is LNG? What is LNG?   LNG is liquefied natural gas, a clear, colourless, non-toxic liquid that forms when natural gas is cooled to -162ºC (-260ºF). This shrinks the volume of the gas 600 times, making it easier to store and ship to energy-hungry towns and cities overseas.    Watch the 'Turning natural gas into liquid' animation on YouTube - opens in new window  Natural gas is a major source of energy, but many towns and cities that need the energy are located far from the gas fields. Transporting gas by pipeline can be costly and  impractical. We create LNG by cooling the gas to a liquid to -160ºC, which we can then ship out, safely and efficiently. LNG is a clear, colourless, non-toxic liquid that can be transported and stored more easily than natural gas because it occupies up to 600 times less space. When LNG reaches its destination, it is returned to a gas at regasification facilities. It is then piped to homes, businesses and industries. Shell helped pioneer the LNG sector, providing the technology for the world's first commercial liquefaction plant at Arzew, Algeria, in 1964. Since then, we have continued to improve the technology behind LNG. Page Tools                   About Our Website o   Contact Us  o   Help  o   Accessibility  o   Sitemap  o   Terms and Conditions  o   Privacy policy  o   Business integrity  o   Shell Global Helpline  o   Fraud & scam alert  o   Social media and Shell  o   Shell apps and mobile sites     Main Areas o   Environment & Society o   Future of Energy  o   Products & Services  o   About Shell     Future of Energy o   Shaping the energy future through innovation  o   Innovation at Shell  o   Shell Scenarios  o    Natural gas  o   Deep water   o   Shell in the Arctic  o   Wind  o   Going underground o   Smarter mobility  o   INSIDE ENERGY      Tools o   Job search  o   Shell station locator and routeplanner   o   Apply or manage your credit card account  o   Share price summary  o   RSS  o    News alerts  o   Image library  o   Shell websites  o   Shell on Twitter  
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