Here you will find a range of infographics that mix interesting information with great graphics into one image. They all tell stories from either our own organisation or the energy industry in general. And they illustrate even the most technical facts in a visually appealing way.

Have a look below - we are pretty sure that we can promise you one thing: You will learn something new.

Emission reductions with LNG

In comparison with HFO (heavy fuel oil), coal and diesel, LNG (liquefied natural gas) emits significantly lower amounts of CO2, SOX and NOX into the atmosphere. That makes it the most environmentally friendly fossil fuel.

Check out the emission comparison

Liquefaction: cooling down natural gas

When natural gas is cooled down to 162°C (-259°F), it becomes liquid - and it is then known as LNG. Of course, the process involves more than that, but being cool is the essence of liquefaction. 

Learn more about the liquefaction process

Service visits in 2018

Every year, our experienced technicians visit customers all around the world to provide them and their equipment with the best possible service. Where did they go in 2018? And how many times they pack their service bags that year?

Check out the service visits map

Flexspeed 10 years

Back in 2008, the Flexspeed carrousel started a revolution that pushed the limits of high-capacity LPG filling. In 2018, we took a look at the splash Flexspeed had made during its first 10 years as the world's only high-speed filling system.

See what Flexspeed has achieved

MAKEEN Energy in the LPG business

LPG is the backbone of cooking, heating, transport and industry for millions of people worldwide - and also of our business. But when did it all start, and how has it developed?

Learn more about our LPG history

Types of gases

The world of gas can be a dense jungle of abbreviations and chemical formulas that is easy to get lost in. That is why we have put together a poster that shows you what each gas consists of and how it can be used. 

Get an overview of the many fuel gases