Over the past couple of decades, natural gas (NG) has become a fuel of choice for power generation. Production and transportation technology have developed considerably and NG is gaining popularity in other sectors, especially transport –both in marine and onshore. Even private vehicles are using an increasing amount of natural gas in its compressed form. A crucial factor in enabling the spread of natural gas into new sectors is the development of NG distribution networks. Today, the most common method of distributing NG is via pipeline. However, the construction of pipelines requires significant resources in terms of investment and time, as well as overcoming bureaucracy. Also, for these pipelines to be profitable gas volumes must be large. Another way of increasing the availability of NG is through the use of liquefied natural gas (LNG).