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What is LNG?

LNG is a safe low carbon and environmentally-friendly fuel for trucks. Perfect for the long haul.

Reduced emissions

LNG produces significantly lower levels of greenhouse gas emissions, including carbon dioxide and methane, compared to other fossil fuels such as coal and oil.


Because LNG is lighter and more compact than natural gas in its gaseous form, it is easier and cheaper to transport over long distances.

Why should I drive on LNG?

Improved performance

Energy security

Cost savings

Environmental benefits

Cleaner energy for a greener tomorrow.


 LNG stands for “liquefied natural gas.” It is natural gas that has been cooled to a temperature of about minus 162 degrees Celsius (minus 260 degrees Fahrenheit), at which point it becomes a liquid.

LNG is produced by cooling natural gas to a very low temperature using a process called liquefaction. The gas is then transported and stored in its liquid form.

The advantages of using LNG include reduced emissions, cost-effectiveness, versatility, energy security, reduced risk of spills, and flexibility in terms of where facilities can be built.

LNG produces lower levels of greenhouse gas emissions, as well as fewer emissions of air pollutants such as sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides, compared to other fossil fuels such as coal and oil.

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