Alternative Natural Gas Applications Workshop
This workshop funded by the UEF will identify current and potential alternative uses of natural gas (NG) and determine which have the highest impact and lowest technical impediments. Deliverables include a technical roadmap for NG utilization.
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This workshop funded by the United Engineering Foundation (UEF) will identify all of the current and potential alternative uses of natural gas (NG) and determine which alternative uses have the highest impact and lowest technical impediments. Speakers and panelists will present on the following topics: stationary energy generation, transportation energy generation, and chemical synthesis.
There will also be the opportunity to participate in roundtable discussions on the above topics and help author a paper that will serve as a technical roadmap for NG utilization. The roundtable discussions are by invitation only. If you are interested in participating and would like to be considered for an invitation, please select the appropriate box in step 2 of the registration process, and you will be sent details. Click here for more information about registration.
Keynote speakers will include: Nick Jones (Exxon), Monty Alger (Penn State) and Frank O'Sullivan (MIT Energy Initiative).
Other invited speakers include:
- Billy Bardin (Dow)
- Paul Barger (UOP-Honeywell)
- Jan Boshoff (Sasol)
- Dan Bowerson (Chrysler)
- Michael F. Carolan (Air Products)
- William Chernicoff (Toyota)
- Kathryn Clay (American Gas Association)
- Jon Coleman (Ford)
- Bill Day (Gas Turbine Association)
- Mike Gallagher (Bayer)
- Kevin Huang (University of South Carolina)
- Ron Munson (Global CCS Institute)
- Pinakin Patel (Fuel Cell Energy)
- Joe Rende (Trillium CNG)
- Reuben Sarkar (DOE)
- More to come soon - see the tentative agenda here.
For more background information on the workshop, click here.
Workshop Objectives and Outcomes:
Identify the current and highest impact alternative uses of natural gas
Identify the technology gaps associated with each major NG alternative application
Determine the roles for the government as well as the private sector for the RD&D
Begin the development an integrated RD&D roadmap for advanced NG applications
- Air Products
- American Gas Association (AGA)
- Automotive Industry (Chrysler, Ford, Toyota)
- Clemson University
- Department of Energy
- Dow Chemical Company
- Fuel Cell Energy
- Gas Turbine Association
- Global CCS Institute
- MIT Energy Initiative
- National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL)
- Pennsylvania State University
- Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL)
- Trillium CNG
- University of South Carolina
This workshop is possible thanks to a generous grant from the United Engineering Foundation. The United Engineering Foundation does not endorse results or recommendations from this workshop.