Cold climate could give Alaska LNG edge
Project could require less powerful liquefaction equipment, but facilities would also have to be weatherproofed because of cold
Researcher/writer for the Office of the Federal Coordinator
Colder and colder
At Nikiski, the gas would be chilled by passing it through a chain of several coolants, each colder than the one before. The final coolant is so good at its job that the natural gas liquefies as it passes through.
And how are the coolants kept cool?
The coolant refrigeration cycle....
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