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liquefaction

 [lik″wĕ-fak´shun]
conversion into a liquid form. adj., adj liquefac´tive.

liq·ue·fac·tion

(lik-wĕ-fak'shŭn),
The act of becoming liquid; change from a solid to a liquid form.
[see liquefacient]

liq·ue·fac·tion

(lik'wĕ-fak'shŭn)
The act of becoming liquid; change from a solid to a liquid form.
See: liquefacient
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Gas from Savonette will supply Atlantic LNG's liquifaction plant for export as LNG to international markets and the domestic market, the company said.
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The report notes that although alternatives to conventional oil exist (such as coal liquifaction), putting the plant infrastructure in place to produce liquid fuels from these sources on the scale required to alleviate projected shortfalls from conventional sources requires decades of advance construction.