publication . Article . 2007

NATURAL GAS TRANSPORTATION

Stanis³aw Brzeziñski;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Jan 2007 Journal: Advanced Logistic Systems, volume 1, issue 1 December, pages 108-112
Abstract
In the paper, Author presents chosen aspects of natural gas transportation within global market. Natural gas transportation is a technicaly complicated and economicly expensive process; in infrastructure construction and activities costs. The paper also considers last and proposed initiatives in natural gas transportation.
Subjects
free text keywords: natural gas, transportation, globalisation
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