Micro Liquefaction Technologies

Long transportation distances make LNG uneconomical for remote communities and industry. Liquefactions closer to the point of need, though less efficient, can help to reduce costs and emissions. This research examines the potential of micro-liquefier installation in remote regions of British Columbia, Yukon, and Northwest Territories for power generation.
Lead Researcher

WALTER MÉRIDA | Professor Associated Dean of Research and Industrial Partnership, Director of CERC

Department of Mechanical Engineering
Breakthrough Technologies

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