American Gas & Technology (AG&T) produces liquid natural gas (LNG) as an alternative fuel for the transportation industry. It is the only Nano-scale, on-site production of LNG in the world.
Birthed in Silicon Valley, AG&T believes liquid natural gas (LNG) is the alternative transition fuel of the future. As long as we continue to use the combustion engine LNG is the simplest hydrocarbon we have and the cleanest fossil fuel in existence. It’s non-toxic, it’s safe to breath, it does not affect water quality and it’s safe for sea life. If spilled it does not leave a residue, it evaporates quickly, when mixed with air it becomes to lean to burn and simply vaporizes. At current commodity price levels it costs less than 60 cents a gallon. In North America we have over a 100-year supply of natural gas, enough that it would allow us to become completely independent upon foreign oil. The real question maybe, why aren’t we using it now?
Zeus Intelligence reports there are only 29 LNG manufacturing plants in the U.S. today and DOE reports only 81 fueling stations. The average plant produces over 100,000 gallons per day. What makes AG&T unique is our ability to manufacture under 2,000 gallons a day. At this “Nano-scale” AG&T liquefiers fall under the higher regulatory burdens of larger plants and by occupying such a small foot print AG&T liquefiers are portable and can easily be placed in a fleet operators parking lot. After tapping into the local utilities natural gas lines, AG&T can be produced LNG on-site for use as an alternative fuel for cars and trucks.
In the battle to fight global warming and climate change, AG&T liquefiers are also a perfect fit for solving the worlds air pollution problems stemming from fugitive gases coming from oil & gas drilling sites as well as public landfills. AG&T liquefiers are modular in design and can be scaled to fit the varying demands often required in remote landfill and drilling site locations.
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This is a green technology that can take contaminated gases and/or more complex hydrocarbons and produce pure liquid natural gas (CH4) for use in the transportation industry.
AG&T’s liquefiers can produce as little as 300 gallons of liquid natural gas (LNG) per day. Liquefiers are skid mounted and mobile, they can produce and fuel their own internal power supply allowing them to be placed remotely.