Clean Fuels Consulting is based in Washington, D.C. and started 1st October 2007 in Brussels, Belgium.
7th Critical Issues Workshop
CNG Cylinders & LNG Tanks:
Opportunities, Challenges & Innovations
13-14 April 2016
Hotel Le Chatelain, Brussels, Belgium
Clean Fuels Consulting is hosting its seventh Critical Issues Workshop, this one called, “CNG Cylinders & LNG Tanks: Opportunities, Challenges and Innovations.” on 13-14thApril 2016 in Brussels.
CNG Cylinders & LNG Tanks is designed to bring together high-level experts and industry stakeholders to address the very specific and challenging issues related to natural gas storage on trucks and ships. The goal of the workshop, based upon the critical issues identified over two-half-day sessions, is to promote specific actions and strategies relative to NGV fuel systems that will contribute to the steady market growth of NGVs – on land and sea.
Discuss with vehicle manufacturers, NGV stakeholders, government regulators and others:
- Current and projected market growth for CNG cylinders and LNG tanks for trucks & ships
- Latest innovations and opportunities for CNG and LNG storage technologies
- Gaps and needs for further development and harmonization of standards and regulations that will reduce costs, promote safety and advance innovations of CNG cylinders and LNG tanks for trucks and ships;
- R&D opportunities to get innovative natural gas storage technologies onto vehicles;
For more information about the workshop and sponsorship opportunities please visit: www.TankupCNGandLNG.org
Past Critical Issues Workshops
NGV & LNG Safety: Perception & Reality
8-9 October 2014
For more information visit: www.cngandlngsafety.org
This 6th Critical Issues Workshop gathered experts NGV stakeholders including equipment manufacturers and suppliers, government policy makers, regulators and others from 16 countries on four continentswho are interested or involved in safety aspects of compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquefied natural gas (LNG) vehicles and fuelling stations for road, marine and rail transport.
The opening presentation by Dr. Seisler, Links and Gaps in the NGV Safety Chain: An Overview of NGV Safety Perceptions and Reality can be downloaded here.
The results paper of the workshop, Findings and Conclusions can be downloaded by clicking here.