Cryogenics Specialist Wants to Help Fleets ‘Make the Switch’
Linde North America has launched a new website “to help customers make the switch to liquid natural gas.”
“The economic, environmental and energy security benefits of LNG are generating a surge of interest in converting, and Linde is an ideal full-service partner for any LNG project,” Linde Energy Solutions strategic market and business development chief Bryan Luftglass said in a release.
“We offer our customers a comprehensive one-stop service, from developing and operating the complete supply chain needed for the widespread use of LNG to specific Linde-developed solutions, such as small-scale LNG liquefaction plants, distribution equipments, vaporization systems and fueling stations,” he said.
The Fuel Itself and Much Much More
Linde says that its cryogenic gas expertise and its infrastructure for supplying LNG equipment and services “make it well-suited to lead the change to LNG.”
Linde offers the liquefied natural gas fuel itself, as well as equipment, personnel, logistics and a national service network “to set up safe, reliable, efficient and economical LNG fueling programs.” The firm says it helps customers determine the best conversion technology, and identifies suitable technology and equipment vendors.
Recent new work for Linde includes the supply of LNG equipment for Caterpillar engines driving a West Virginia drill rig operated by EQT (F&F, July 6).
In January, Linde announced plans for 20 new LNG trucks for its own fleet in California, and it has placed an order for LNG-fueled Kenworth T440s with Inland Kenworth. Linde said at ACT Expo in May that its is preparing compact LNG vehicle fueling installations with better control of LNG boil-off (F&F, May 24).
Linde’s new LNG website includes information for both new and existing LNG users, “including product and service brochures and information guides, safety information, white papers, news and event updates, and real-life case studies.”
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