Stabilis Energy is committed to attain the highest standards of health, safety and environment in all aspects of its business. Our policy is to perform business activities in a safe manner while complying with applicable health, safety, and environmental laws and regulations. Our policy emphasizes the following primary actions:

• Demonstrate QHSE leadership and accountability by making QHSE management a primary line management responsibility;
• Regularly communicate with our owners, employees, business associates, contractors, and vendors about our QHSE goals and expectations;
• Recruit, select, and retain high caliber, responsible individuals to create and maintain a work force that can competently execute our QHSE policies;
• Ensure effective employee participation in QHSE management through recognition and incentive programs;
• Identify, communicate, and manage the hazards with which we work and ensure the risks we face are reduced to levels that are as low as reasonably possible;
• Establish clear emergency planning, response and preparedness procedures for people working in our offices, shops, and at our well site locations; and
• Regularly evaluate and update of our health, safety and environmental policies.


LNG is a natural gas cooled to a liquid state at ambient pressure:

• Clean, generally odorless
• Mostly methane, but contains other hydrocarbons and nitrogen
• 600 times the energy content or density of its gaseous form: Allows transport over longer distances at lower costs
• Higher ignition temperature when comparable to propane, diesel and other liquid fuels
• Non-Toxic and non-corrosive
• Reliably and efficiently powers high-horsepower engines
• Safely transported and stored at low pressures 
• Lighter than air – spills evaporate

Physical Data
•Expansion Ratio: ≈ 1:592
•Liquid Density: ≈ 26.12 lb/ft3 or 3.49 lb/gal
•Specific Gravity of Gas: ≈ 0.58
•Melting Point: ≈ -296 °F
•Burns with a lazy flame

•Inhalation: asphyxiation
•Skin Contact: severe frostbite
•Swallowing: unlikely, but frostbite
•Eye Contact: frostbite

Other Data
•1 LNG gal ≡ 82.6 SCF of NG
•1 LNG gal contains 82,600 Btu.
•1 SCF of NG contains 1,000 Btu.

Energy Equivalents