Furui Energy, an industry leader in Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) plant projects and solutions, is steering toward international market expansion with its newly launched English website.
Since its establishment 15 years ago, the company has been providing clean and renewable energy to businesses throughout Greater China. Now, they’re looking to increase their highly-coveted service offerings overseas.
Furui Energy’s revamped website can be navigated entirely in English, so multinational companies are able to gain a clear and accurate understanding of the company’s products and professional service offerings. The website hosts a number of informative news and insights articles to help visitors better appreciate the benefits of LNG plant projects and how Furui Energy is contributing to improved green technology.
Worldwide demand for LNG – the company’s main area of expertise – is on the up. This is primarily due to the fact that LNG plants are significantly less pollutive than other power plants, and as an environmentally-friendly source of fuel it is miles ahead of traditional competitors. In comparison to non-renewable energy sources such as coal and diesel, LNG releases 45-50% less carbon dioxide than coal and 30% less carbon dioxide than fuel oil.
Greenhouse gas reduction has been at the top of Furui Energy’s agenda for years. They have previously worked on a number of successful pollutant-reducing projects in China, Malaysia, Singapore, Iraq, Uzbekistan and Mexico. The company wants to better the environment for the many, rather than the few, which is why they are focused on making clean energy more accessible to businesses beyond the mainland China market.
The new website gives a comprehensive overview of Furui Energy’s products and services as well as detailed case studies of the company’s successful LNG plants and projects.
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