Locally-sourced LNG. Cryogenic technologies, mini and micro liquefaction applied to methane and Biomethane
For some time, cryogenic technologies have been widely diffused and applied in different fields and are at the advanced stage where they can develop competitive solutions for industrial and technical gas transportation and storage. Today these technologies are applied even in the natural gas field, thus allowing different uses of this low environmental impact fuel both in maritime and ground transportation and in industry, as well as in the traditional liquefaction cycle, long distance transport and larger regasification process.
Plant size reduction enables both the use of gas reserves where building pipelines and large liquefiers would not be expedient and the production of LNG from Biomethane and directly from biogas produced by aerobic digestion plants and waste dumps. The workshop focuses on technological and market aspects of these new technologies and their potential uses.
Università Politecnica delle Marche – Facoltà di Ingegneria – Via Brecce Bianche, 12 – 60131 Ancona