Natural gas serves as a bridge to a clean energy future, giving off less than half of the carbon emissions of coal when burned
Constellation’s Everett LNG Facility is the longest-operating liquefied natural gas (LNG) import facility of its kind in the United States. Liquefied natural gas (LNG) is composed of methane and some mixture of ethane used to convert natural gas to liquid form for greater ease and safety in storage transport. It is cooled to approximately -256⁰ Fahrenheit so that it can be transported to countries that demand more natural gas than they produce.
Everett LNG Facility connects to two interstate pipeline systems as well as a local gas utility’s distribution system and the Mystic Generating Station. The Everett LNG Facility joined Constellation’s generation’s fleet on October 1, 2018.