With Gas 3.0, we offer you the chance to monetize gas sources currently out of the system and to add up energy regardless of the scale.
When we talk about Gas 3.0 or Third Generation Gas, it is key to understand the limitations of previous technological generations. Let’s take a look at the history of gas.
Gas 1.0 – The age of gas pipelines
Natural gas is transported exclusively through end-to-end pipes, from rich natural gas fields to large urban areas. This effort implies large CAPEX and centralized infrastructure investments. However, small and geographically dispersed consumers are left unattended.
Gas 2.0 – The Age of Transportation Alternatives
Natural gas overseas trade starts following the logic of end-to-end transportation of large volumes. However, something starts to change: Galileo boosts CNG as a fuel and creates the Virtual Pipeline.
Gas 3.0 – The new age of gas and Distributed LNG Production
In the XXI century, the impact of climate change and the importance of energy cost in everyday life foster new energy production and consumption alternatives. Galileo decides to connect multiple and dispersed gas sources to new consumers. Our Gas 3.0 Model complements the rigid end-to-end transportation model with a new virtual networks one.