SNG: Researchers Convert NatGas to a Solid for Storage, Shipping

A new method creates solid hydrates of “combustible ice” that can store natural gas safely and at practical temperatures (National University of Singapore)

Last Friday MDN posted a link to news in our “best of the rest” about an amazing new discovery that we think needs more attention. Researchers at the National University of Singapore (NUS) have developed a new low-toxicity (very safe) mixture that converts natural gas into a solid, non-explosive form of ice, making it easy to transport and store. Get ready for a new term: SNG.

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