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Air Products' MCR (R) Main Cryogenic Heat Exchanger being loaded onto a ship

Liquefaction of Natural Gas (LNG)

Process technology and equipment with proven efficiency and low project cost

Air Products is the world’s leading provider of natural gas liquefaction technology, coil-wound heat exchangers and related equipment and services which are valued for their proven reliability, optimum efficiency, and operational flexibility. Our experience includes the design, manufacturing and successful start-up of over 100 LNG plants.

We can help with LNG

Working closely with our customers and building in-depth knowledge of their requirements has driven the continuous improvement in the LNG technology, equipment, and services that we offer

Designed, manufactured and shipped more than 120 LNG heat exchangers

Offering a full range of process options for peak-shavers to mega-trains

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Established technology for emerging FLNG (floating LNG) market

Most knowledgeable, with 50+ years of process and equipment experience

State-of-the-art manufacturing facility located at Port Manatee, Florida

Technology and Equipment

Plant Services

LNG News

LNG Technical Articles/Whitepapers

Decarbonize LNG liquefaction with pre-combustion CO2 capture technology
  Brayton refrigeration cycles for small-scale LNG

Steps to select the best nitrogen removal for an LNG plant

  Advances in coil wound heat exchanger technology
Advantages of gas expansion processes and why they are particularly attractive for arctic application
  Why smaller LNG plants can equate to bigger opportunities
How to find the right combination of LNG subcooling and end-flash

  A CWHE design for an evolving market: innovations to meet the demands of a changing LNG market
Key considerations when developing small-scale LNG projects

Built to perform; which type of heat exchanger is best for producing LNG

 Small scale, big benefits   Avoiding unpleasant surprises during mixed refrigerant condensation