Lower Energy Costs & Emissions for Facilities Off the Pipeline
Hexagon Composites is hosting a webinar to explain how companies lacking pipeline access can nonetheless take advantage of low-cost natural gas. The webinar will showcase the economic and environmental benefits that remote plants can gain by using natural gas delivered by a “virtual” or mobile pipeline rather than paying for a multi-million dollar pipeline extension. updated June 4
The complimentary one-hour Lower Energy Costs & Emissions for Facilities Off the Pipeline webinar takes place on Wednesday, June 24 at 11:00am Pacific / 2:00pm Eastern time.
The scheduled speakers are
- Mary Evslin of NG Advantage;
- Paul Pezone of New Hampshire’s Cheshire Medical Center/Dartmouth-Hitchcock Keene;
- Steve Wilk of Wilk Paving (Rutland, Vermont); and
- Gokhan Kisabacak of Hexagon, who will provide an overview of the technology behind compressed natural gas mobile pipeline solutions.
GNA senior associate and grants specialist Joe Annotti will moderate.
Natural gas, Hexagon notes, can reduce heat energy costs by 20% to 30% for operations currently burning fuel oil.
The target audience includes plant managers, operations and maintenance executives, energy planners, and those who oversee industrial process or very, very large comfort heating plants that are not on a gas pipeline or on one without adequate capacity for its current and/or future energy needs. Plant managers who have already made the conversion will provide insight into their decision making process and engineering issues.
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Asphalt and concrete plants, bottling facilities, chemical plants, colleges, commercial laundries, construction sites, fertilizer plants, food processing plants, local gas distribution companies, manufacturing facilities, medical centers, military bases, packaging plants, prisons and pulp and paper plants are among the potential beneficiaries of economical compressed natural gas, transported by truck.
The June 24 Hexagon Composites Off the Pipeline webinar is being organized by Fleets & Fuels publisher GNA – Gladstein, Neandross & Associates.
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Source: GNA with Fleets & Fuels follow-up