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Big country, cheap gas: these are two main conditions for a successful mini-LNG business

The whole world is waking up to benefits of small-scale LNG. The leaders in this business development are the U.S.A. and China where even drilling rigs are sometimes powered by liquefied gas. Experts believe the scenario cannot be repeated in any country: a relatively low price of gas and great distances are the sine qua non.

A startup niche

The state’s first commercial small-scale LNG plant is to be inaugurated in the fourth quarter in Tioga, ND, right within the Bakken shale basin. The plant’s capacity is 76,000 gallons per day (44,000 tonnes a year), and the first phase will produce 10,000 gallons of liquefied gas daily.

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