Antti Avanne Gasum

Antti Avanne

Senior Sales Manager, Finland
tel. +358 40 641 6431

Anders Hultgren

Anders Hulgren

Senior Sales Manager, Sweden
tel. +46 70 672 9280

Halvar Rommetvetd

Senior Sales Manager, Norway
tel. +47 93 21 59 49

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Natural Gas and LNG for industry

Natural Gas is a reliable alternative for industry. It significantly reduces local air pollution and carbon emissions compared to different oil products or coal. Liquefied natural gas (LNG) brings the benefits of gas also to areas outside the gas pipeline network throughout the Nordic countries.

The diverse properties of natural gas and LNG come into their own particularly well in a variety of process applications. Gas flames and clean flue gases can be utilised in contexts such as the heating, drying or cooking of products. Gas can also be used instead of electricity in many processes. 

Natural gases are particularly suitable for use as a fuel for combined heat and steam production as well as in combined heat and power (CHP) production.

Natural gas and LNG help you to meet the emission standards

With its own switching to natural gas or LNG from oil means complete removal of SOx and particles, and reduction of NOx emissions of up to 85 percent. In addition, natural gases also reduce CO2 emissions by at least 20 percent.

Natural gas and LNG can also be mixed with renewable biogas to form a sustainable way to produce energy.

LNG brings the benefits of natural gas throughout the Nordics

As the biggest distributor of LNG in the Nordic countries we have expertise and the means to take care of the whole LNG supply chain. We are happy to help you find the solution that best fits your company’s needs. 


Customer Story

SSAB uses natural gas in the steel industry

Swedish steel specialist SSAB is making the energy system more sustainable with LNG. SSAB's steel product plant in Borlänge Sweden introduced natural gas as fuel in one of the reheating furnaces a couple of years ago. 

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