This is how engineers can dive into liquified natural gas tanks

Beaverton Academy of Science and Engineering | Beaverton, OR

Natural gas runs homes and businesses, and is better for the environment than fossil fuels. At -250°F, it turns into Liquified Natural Gas (LNG). Students at the Health and Science School spoke with Principal Engineer Roger Haley, who invented the LNG camera to see inside the pressurized environment of an LNG gas tank.

Produced by Devon Sinclair, Riley Erwin and Noah Berti at Health and Science School in Beavertorn, Oregon. Station support provided by Oregon Public Broadcasting.