Monday, 20 January 2020 08:56


Als Sales Engineer ben jij een commercieel ingestelde techneut. In ons dynamisch bedrijf, waar de communicatielijnen kort zijn, kom je te werken in een klein maar efficiënt sales team.

Monday, 20 January 2020 08:53


Voor deze functie ligt jouw focus op de dagelijkse operatie van onze systemen. Het is belangrijk dat je graag in een hoog tempo werkt en geen probleem hebt om in consignatiediensten te werken.

Monday, 20 January 2020 08:48


Als Senior Engineer ligt voor jou de nadruk op techniek en kun je goed zelfstandig werken. Je kunt goed overweg met veel eigen verantwoordelijkheid.

Friday, 17 January 2020 19:33


In deze functie heb jij de focus op de dagelijkse inkoop voor onze systemen. Vanaf de ontwerpfase ben jij al betrokken en verantwoordelijk voor een tijdige en kwalitatief hoogwaardig materiaalinkoop.

Tuesday, 24 December 2019 13:46

All the best for 2020

Thursday, 10 October 2019 10:41


BREDA – LNG fuelling technology company LIQAL have once again partnered with Drive Systems to build a turnkey fuelling station for LNG and LCNG in Londerzeel, Belgium.

Thursday, 19 September 2019 11:49

The future is small scale, which is a big deal

For the September ’19 issue of LNG Industry, LIQAL’s CEO Jorg Raven, explains how technological developments, along with an increase in distribution infrastructure, are enabling the transition from diesel to more sustainable alternatives such as LNG and bio-LNG.

For the issue #8 of Gasworld LIQAL’s CEO Jorg Raven was interviewed about the opportunities for LNG as a replacement for Diesel and using all solutions side by side.

EC through its Renewable Energy Directive mandates that 10% of the transport fuels in 2020 will come from renewable sources, focusing on a minimum 35% reduction of Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Towards that direction, LNG and Bio-LNG are expected to play a pivotal role in Europe’s comprehensive renewable fuel strategy for the transition to a low-carbon transport sector.

Micro (Bio) LNG (production capacity 0.1-30 tons/day) refers to its direct use of (Bio) LNG in its liquid form as a transport fuel, contrary to its traditional regasification and subsequent introduction into the gas grid. Nevertheless, currently liquefaction is part of an integrated big scale distribution system, taking place in large scale facilities.

This kind of facilities is highly CAPEX intensive, require long realization time (up to 72 months) and are only profitable at large scale (min. 2000 Nm3/h inlet gas flow). Thus, the market demands small liquefaction systems able to fulfil the gap among big producers and small consumers. Current competitors (mainly EU based) offer different single stage liquefaction solutions which result either to lower conversion efficiencies, higher energy consumption or require considerable higher inlet gas flow (>500 Nm3/h) and use of consumables.

We provide a proprietary Micro Liquefaction Unit - MLU250 - able to treat methane streams for producing LNG as clean fuel for transportation with the following key advantages over Micro-Liquefaction systems using natural cooling media: - Cost-efficiency: “Plug and play”, modularized set up with 25% lower investment needs and accelerated construction schedules. - Energy efficiency: Low energy use for feedgas liquefaction without liquid N2 use, being from 7% up to 64% more efficient than alternatives. - Operators can easily add capacity up to 25 tons/d with small modular units (250 Nm3/h). - Remote accessibility: Enables monetization of small (bio)gas plants, impossible until now.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 855407

Thursday, 04 July 2019 10:16

The first LNG Fill in Tessenderlo

The first LNG-powered trucks have successfully been provided with LNG at the new service station of Group Bruno in Tessenderlo. Thank you LNG Drive and Philippe Desrumaux for selecting LIQAL as supplier of this LCNG refuelling facility with a storage capacity of 80,000 litres of LNG, a dispenser to supply LNG to trucks, another one to serve CNG-powered vehicles and a dedicated dispenser to fill up CNG tube-trailers.


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