Supplying LPG cylinders remains at the heart of UK-based Calor’s business, but the 85-year-old company recently turned its attention to LNG, biomethane and bio-LPG. According to Mark Gilks, LNG transportation manager at Calor, these alternatives offer fuel versatility and optionality to its customers, be they domestic consumers, off-grid businesses or long-haul truck operators, and are essential elements in Calor’s drive for sustainability. And while the ongoing LNG supply glut, coupled with gas demand destruction on the back of Covid-19, is causing great uncertainty among major LNG players, low prices have made LNG a viable option for more clients than ever before, Gilks says in this Q&A with LNG Business Review.
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