Linde North America took the occasion of ACT Expo 2012 to “pre-announce” new technology, slated for availability in early 2013, for compact liquefied natural gas fueling stations with better control of LNG boil-off.
“ACT Expo provides the ideal opportunity” for Linde to promote its expertise, says Bryan Luftglass, head of strategic marketing and business development for Linde Energy Solutions.
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Kenworth and its parent Paccar, and Paccar’s PacLease unit, reminded the world about C.R. England’s fleet of LNG-fueled Kenworth T800 trucks in the wake of President Obama’s visit to UPS in Las Vegas last week.
“As the LNG infrastructure grows, C.R. England plans to expand its current California fleet and introduce these power units in other areas of the country,” PacLease said.
‘As the LNG infrastructure grows, C.R. England plans to expand its current California fleet and introduce these power units in other areas of the country,’ says Kenworth-PacLease, supplier of Westport Innovations-powered T800 tractors.
C.R. England deployed five of the liquefied natural gas trucks last year (F&F, May 30). They were supplied by Inland Kenworth, are based out of Ontario, Calif., and ply routes similar to those used by UPS: Los Angeles to Salt Lake City.
The deal with PacLease preserves operator capital and eliminates maintenance and re-sale concerns, PacLease sales director Olen Hunter told F&F.
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