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https://www.methanist.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Methanist-posts-rials-europe.jpg 321 835 Rudolf Huber https://www.methanist.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/logo-big-2019.jpg Rudolf Huber2013-07-15 17:08:532022-04-05 18:57:55LNG on rails – networking fuel
Road transport might offer ultimate flexibility as one can easily bring anything just about anywhere but when that flexibility is not even needed it comes at a horrendous price. The main difference between a network model and point to point transport is that the network is a loose system of different nodal points between which lumps of whatever (in our case LNG) zip zap around. These nodal points supply smaller satellite distributors which in turn are the backbone of the supply system.