LNG installations for industry as an attractive energy source for production facilities

The Novatek Green Energy company, due to its many years of experience in the gas market, offers the entrepreneurs in Poland a liquefied natural gas (LNG) as an economical and ecological alternative to other sources of energy used in production processes. (more)


Gasification of non-gasified areas

There are a number of areas in Poland that cannot be easily and quickly connected to the natural gas transmission network. Most often it is difficult because of the vast area, unregulated ownership issues, or the high cost of investment. In this case, an economically interesting alternative is a gasification with modern technology of liquefied natural gas. For this purpose, an LNG regasification terminal and gas network are built, to which connected are public utility buildings, businesses and residents. (more)


LNG as an alternative to petroleum products

Liquefied natural gas can be successfully used for heavy road vehicles, commercial vessels or diesel locomotives. 80% less of sulfur oxides (SOx) emanate from combustion of LNG compared to gas oil, and up to 90% less compared to commonly used fuels. In addition, the combustion of LNG can reduce between 10 and 20% of CO2 emission and significantly reduce emission of nitrogen oxides (NOx), and the cost of LNG production is lower between 30% and 60% than the cost of production of traditional fuels.


In public transport

A very interesting solution in the ecological aspect is the use of LNG engines in public transport and by city cleaning companies. This is certainly the right direction in the fight against smog, which most of the large cities are struggling with.

In railway transport

LNG engines can successfully replace diesel locomotives, particularly on busy non-electrified rail freights.

In sea transport

Thanks to the use of LNG as a fuel in sea transport, it is possible to reduce the running costs of vessels, as well as improve the energy efficiency of power systems. Not without significance is also the possibility of bunkering ships at sea, not only in the ports, which allows for a significant reduction in costs for ship-owners.