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Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) is a type of fuel formed as a result of the liquefaction of natural gas. The main component of natural gas is methane, and LNG obtained as a result of liquefaction of natural gas contains 90% methane. Liquefaction of natural gas reduces the volume of natural gas by 600 times and enables it to be transported more easily and safely. Since LNG is a low-carbon fuel, its use has been increasing in recent years, especially in large transportation sectors such as maritime transport and commercial vehicles. It is also used in areas such as electricity generation and heating in homes. The use of LNG can also be an important solution for countries with limited access to natural gas resources, because liquefied natural gas is easier and more economical to transport.

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