Fuel Receiving Terminal Introduction
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Fuel receiving terminals are ports for gas storage, built and used to import or export liquefied natural gas (LNG).
The demand for clean energy has produced a global surge in the market for natural gas as a fuel source. The Fuel Receiving Terminal is a significant facility in the chain of natural gas supply, and its importance is growing with the increased demand for natural gas.
LNG Receiving Terminal(Niigata, Japan)
LNG Receiving Terminal(Chita, Japan)

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