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CNG and LNG Tanks in Brussels in April

December 4, 2015 in CNG, Conference/Meeting, LNG, Marine, NGVs, Rail, standards by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

‘Innovations that Will Add a New Dimension to NGVs into the Future’
Agenda Covers Full Range of Natural Gas Transportation Applications

Clean Fuels Consulting is hosting CNG Cylinders & LNG Tanks: Opportunities, Challenges & Innovations April 13-14 at the Hotel Le Chatelain in Brussels.

The CFC meeting in Brussels in April on onboard natural gas storage will address all manner of natural gas 'vehicles,' up to and including ships.

The CFC meeting in Brussels in April on onboard natural gas storage will address all manner of natural gas ‘vehicles,’ up to and including ships.



The agenda includes compressed natural gas and liquefied natural gas storage equipment for all transportation sectors, and the natural gas vehicles industry’s challenges of cost and weight.

“Since the added expense of NGVs directly relates to the cost of the fuel storage systems, the focus on CNG cylinders and LNG tanks must be on cost and weight reduction while improving the fuel capacity on the vehicle,” says CFC principal Jeff Seisler.

Dr. Jeffrey Seisler

Dr. Jeffrey Seisler

‘Paradox and Challenge’

“This is the paradox and challenge that will be addressed in this workshop,” Seisler says.

“The goal is to leave the workshop with a firm idea of the current issues and solutions for CNG and LNG fuel storage and about and future prospects and opportunities to improve upon today’s technologies, for road and marine vehicles,” he adds.

“This includes understanding the state-of-the art technologies, the regulatory and safety issues facing CNG and LNG fuel storage systems (vehicle and mobile systems), and the innovations that will add a new dimension to NGVs into the future.”

The mid-April meeting is the seventh in CFC’s Critical Issues Workshop series.

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Source: Clean Fuels Consulting with Fleets & Fuels follow-up

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