Lean Gas

Lean Natural gas C1 C2 is a naturally occurring hydrocarbon gas mixture consisting primarily of methane and ethane.

The heat energy of C1 C2 Lean Gas is measured by units of calorific value, which is defined by the number of heat units released when a unit volume of the gas burns. Typical units of calorific value are British thermal units (Btu), joules (J), and kilocalories (kcal).

Worldwide, the cost of C1 C gas to the customer is commonly specified in MMBtu ( Million British Thermal Unit ) , MMSCF ( Million Standard Cubic Feet ) , SCM ( Standard Cubic Meter ).

Industries that use C1 & C2 Lean Gas
  • Beverages Industries
  • Food Industries
  • Steel Industries
  • Power Sector Cement Factory
  • Pharma factory
  • Ceramics factory
  • Chemicals factory
  • Glass Factory
  • Plastics & Packing Factory

Gas Transmission Pipelines : Pipelines are the most common, and usually the most economic, delivery system to transport gas from the field to the consumer. Pipelines are a fixed, long-term investment that can be uneconomic for smaller and more remote gas fields. The volume of gas that can be transported in a pipeline depends on two main factors: the pipeline operating pressure and pipe diameter.

Electricity generation is the main non-residential use of natural gas. Globally, there is an increasing demand for electricity, coupled with reduced tolerances for nuclear and hydro plants, tightening limits on air, water, and noise pollution emissions, as well as high cost for wind and solar energy. This leaves Gas-fired Generators as one of most viable options for electricity utility companies. Because the cost of fuel accounts for around 65% of the cost of electricity, the choice of fuel is an important decision for power plant developers.

Advantages to natural gas are as follows:
  • Natural gas is environmentally friendly because it burns cleaner than other fossil fuels.
  • It’s safer and easier to store when compared to other fossil fuels.
  • Natural gas is extremely reliable, unlike electric power that can be knocked out during a storm.
  • Natural gas is less expensive than other fossil fuels.