LNG Liquefied Natural Gas
“LNG is a way of transporting natural gas long distances when pipelines aren’t an option—across oceans, for example. Producing LNG involves compressing and cooling natural gas to around minus 260 degrees Fahrenheit. That process converts the gas to a liquid and cuts its volume to 1/600th of the original, making it possible to ship the LNG in special tankers.” Union of Concerned Scientists