‘With the right tank, LNG can cross long distances by rail’
The German logistics service provider VTG has completed a trial with the transport of liquefied natural gas (LNG) by rail. The company has been transporting LNG since 2016, but it says it can now do so on a permanent basis and on a larger scale. According to VTG, the trial has shown that it is feasible to transport large volumes of LNG with specially prepared tank wagons over a longer distance by rail.
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