This workshop funded by the United Engineering Foundation (UEF) identified current and potential alternative uses of natural gas (NG) and determined which alternative uses have the highest impact and lowest technical impediments. Speakers and panelists presented on the following topics: stationary energy generation, transportation energy generation, and chemical synthesis.
Day two of the workshop allowed attendees to participate in roundtable discussions on the above topics. Outcomes of these discussions will help author a paper that will serve as a technical roadmap for NG utilization. The paper will be posted on this site once it is completed.
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
For more background information on the workshop, click here.
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.