LNG has taken off stronger than ever: LNG, Bio-LNG and the future fit in decarbonisation


Time and tide wait for no man, as the old adage goes. And with the clock ticking on our climate change imperatives, there can be no reprieve in the momentum that must be built in the clean energies transition. Just as we cannot stop the passage of time, we cannot drift in our urgent efforts in sustainability.

That makes it an incredibly busy time for all those involved in the clean energies sector, and specialist cryogenic engineering company Hysytech is no different. Indeed, we caught up with our interviewee Andrés Saldivia, Business Development and Managing Partner at Hysytech, at the tail-end of a summer period that has been ‘busier than we could have ever anticipated’.

“The approach of the summer break has been busier than we could have ever anticipated,” he enthused. “We’re now delivering two biogas upgrading plants, two bio-LNG liquefaction plants, we are commissioning two LNG grid storage plants and we are just completing the start-up of a green-hydrogen generation plant from biogas.”

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