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Within the cycle of production and transportation of natural gas (NG), the regasifier allows you to return your product from a liquid (LNG) used in maritime transport to a gas useful for the land transport and end use.
In order to assist in detecting leaks, a minute amount of odorant is added to the otherwise colorless and almost odorless gas used by consumers.
Natural gas is commonly found in the fossil state, along with oil, coal or alone in natural deposits only.
Italy currently produces about 7 / 7.5 percent of its national demand for oil and gas. Much of its energy is imported. But beneath its seas there is a large presence of methane gas, not to mention the onshore fields.
There is approximately 60 billion barrels of offshore hydrocarbons, most of which remain unexplored or under-explored in the East Mediterranean region
Regasification is a process of converting liquefied natural gas (LNG) at −162 °C (−260 °F) temperature back to natural gas at atmospheric temperature.
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