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In Global Risk Management we assist our Clients in the supplier and consumers segment, to understand an manage their price risk on the market for liquefied natural gas and natural gas.

LNG and Natural Gas

Was is the difference between LNG and Natural Gas?

The difference between LNG and Natural Gas, is that LNG is an abbreviation for liquefied natural gas. Liquefied natural gas is formed by cooling natural gas in an LNG-capacitor to about minus 162°C. The benefit of cooling it down, is that you easily can transport the LNG around in the world, to any LNG gas-terminal.


How does the process work?

LNG and NG prices are mainly a function of market supply and demand. Because there are limited short-term alternatives to natural gas as a fuel for heating and electricity generation during periods of high demand, changes in supply or demand over a short period may result in large price changes.

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