Risk glossary


Liquefaction plant

A facility that converts natural gas from its natural gaseous state to a liquid state. The gas is first cleaned of all traces of CO2, water, mercury and sulphur. It is then cooled to -160° Celsius in cold boxes until it becomes liquid. In this form, it is stored in tanks.

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