Presentation focuses on LNG capabilities and successes in transportation, oil and gas and marine
August 31, 2012 - Linde North America will present “Creating an LNG Infrastructure” at the Natural Gas Utilization Conference, Sept 6-7, 2012 on the Penn State campus, State College, Pennsylvania. The conference addresses critical efforts underway to increase the use of natural gas and natural gas liquids being generated from shale plays. From Linde’s presentation, industries including transportation, oil and gas and marine will learn about the economic and environmental benefits of using liquefied natural gas (LNG) as an alternative fuel.
“Linde is one of the few companies in the world that can deliver a complete solution for LNG,” said Rick Victor, LNG business development manager, energy solutions, Linde North America, who will deliver the presentation. “From liquefaction and the safe and reliable delivery, handling and storage of cryogenic liquids to vaporizing and dispensing, Linde provides an end-to-end solution for customers looking to reduce fuel costs and environmental impacts. The Natural Gas Utilization Conference is an ideal venue to demonstrate Linde’s capabilities in important markets.”
Victor will discuss Linde’s capabilities to fuel trucks; the company’s success in helping oil and gas companies convert to a combination of LNG and diesel to fuel power drilling equipment; and Linde’s plans to bring its leading LNG technologies for marine applications, developed in Europe, to North America. He will also focus specifically on LNG applications in the Marcellus and Utica shale areas.