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Encana Commissions Alberta LNG Plant

February 1, 2013 in LNG by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

‘Critical to Seeding Natural Gas Transportation Market’

Encana has commissioned a small liquefied natural gas plant – approximately 4,000 to 5,000 LNG gallons daily – some 34 miles east of Calgary. “The Cavalier LNG facility will play a key role in providing an alternative fuel to diesel for heavy-duty transportation including rail and long-haul trucking,” the company said.

Encana & Ferus for Alberta LNG

December 19, 2012 in HHP, LNG by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Output for Deep Basin E&P, Mines and Trains and Trucks Too

Encana and Ferus LNG say they’ll build a liquefied natural gas fuel plant in Western Canada, emphasizing the E&P operations market but promising fuel for mines, trains and trucks from a 50,000-gallon-per-day facility near Grande Prairie, Alb. Encana and other E&Ps operate wells in the Deep Basin there.

Caterpillar to Help Sponsor HHP Summit

July 6, 2012 in CNG, Conference/Meeting, HHP, LNG, Marine, Rail by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

‘Sends a Significant Signal’ on Natural Gas for High Horsepower Use

Caterpillar, the global manufacturer of construction and mining equipment and diesel and natural gas engines, has officially signed on as presenting sponsor of the HHP Summit 2012 conference – Natural Gas for High Horsepower Applications, reports organizer Gladstein, Neandross & Associates.

Natural Gas Ferries in Victoria in September

June 30, 2012 in LNG, Marine by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

There will be at least three presentations on natural gas fuel as British Columbia Ferry Services – BC Ferries – hosts CFOA 2012, the annual general meeting and conference of the Canadian Ferry Operators Association, at the Victoria Conference Centre and Fairmont Empress hotel September 17-18 in Victoria, B.C.

Encana Wants to Use More Gas

June 23, 2012 in LNG by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Looks Forward to HPDI Engines Using Even Less Diesel

Encana is moving to use more natural gas to produce natural gas, using methane straight from the ground where feasible and trucking in LNG where source gas doesn’t work.

Rail Project Details Emerge

January 28, 2012 in LNG, Rail by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Proponents of LNG for railroad applications face the same chicken-and-egg challenges as other sectors, but railroads enjoy the advantages of owning ample land for fueling facility placement (at facilities where truck traffic represents a ready additional market), and ample capability to move fuel where it’s needed.

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