LNG explosion shines light on 42-year-old gas rules

LNG has an outstanding safety record. In more than half a century of LNG trade and more than a century of industry expertise, the number of incidents per volume produced and transported is vanishing. All courtesy of a very stringent safety regime the industry had given itself. That said, it’s still a hydrocarbon and flammable as such. It won’t instantaneously combust like an Electric Vehicle, it won’t explode like propane, and it won’t mess up your water table in case of a spill. But any substance that can potentially do harm should be handled with an appropriate amount of respect.  

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