Once again, it's Chris Womack back with a guest post related to terminals. Just a quick mention here of the fast, new, but still memorably named Fisher N863 Snappy Joe Emergency Shutoff Railcar Valve (pdf). You see, for the past three decades or so, there's only been...
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3 Companies Making Waves with Natural Gas
The growing supply of natural gas and subsequent lower prices compared to other sources of energy is causing companies to consider it as a fuel source. Arielle Nagel, who is pursuing her Master's of Science in Environmental Sustainability, provides several examples in...
Natural Gas as a Transportation Fuel
Natural gas has been used as a transportation fuel for many years in world areas such as Europe. With the differential in energy costs between natural gas and refined hydrocarbons, it's being piloted and considered for use in other world areas such as North America. A...
Compressed Natural Gas and Liquefied Natural Gas in China
I heard from Emerson's Major Chu, who writes the Chinese-language Emerson Flow blog, about a recently published Asian NGV Communications article, East meets West-Three leading CNG/LNG stakeholders met in China (page 31). The article highlights the "three giants of the...
Natural Gas as an Alternative Fuel
With the ever-increasing supply of natural gas in the U.S., Emerson's Alan Novak, leader of the alternative energy industry team, highlights some activity on the demand side. In previous posts, we have examined the changing dynamics of the global energy supply. New...
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