Natural gas has been a part of the global energy landscape for a long time already, utilised in residential heating and cooking, energy production and transport. As the world is searching for energy sources that are low in emissions yet affordable, gas has become increasingly attractive.
LNG has traditionally only been available in large amounts to be regasified and injected into national gas grids. Thus it has been out
of reach for smaller, remotely located demand centres. However, with the increased interest in monetising new gas sources as well
as introducing gas to the energy mix in previously stranded markets, small-scale LNG infrastructure is spreading steadily.