Anthony Morreale and Mark Morreale stand with WesMor Cryogenic Companies’ LNG Queen Fuel Station, a 16,000-gallon that can handle on-site refueling of LNG-powered vehicles. The system was on display during World LNG Fuels 2014 in Houston TX. Trinity Industries recently acquired the La Porte TX-based cryogenic tank builder.
GenOx Transportation Inc, La Porte TX, purchased this 11,320-gallon LNG trailer built by Alloy Custom Products Inc, Lafayette IN. The MC338 trailer features Alloy’s “Easy Flow Piping.”
WesMor’s LNG Queen Fuel Stations are available with single- or dual-metered dispensing units.
Applied Cryo Technologies, Houston TX, and Dragon Products, La Porte TX, displayed this 150,000 SCFH water bath LNG vaporizer for on-site use in the oilfield during World LNG Fuels 2014 in Houston TX. Behind the vaporizer was a 40-ft 11,800-gallon ISO tank container that can be used to transport and store LNG domestically and internationally.
INOXCVA, Baytown TX, displayed its new 16,100-gallon double-walled, vacuum-insulated skid-mounted mobile fueler during World LNG Fuels 2014 in Houston TX. The system is optimized for LNG fuel dispensing and has an electrically powered submerged pump and an external pump.
Raymond Grandchamp showed off the line of cryogenic dry disconnect and break-away couplings from Dixon Valve, Chestertown MD.
Base Engineering Inc, Saint John NB, Canada, showed off its wireless emergency shutdown system that was specifically designed for mobile or stationary LNG fueling facilities. The system can be configured to work with any combination of fixed mounted wireless emergency stop switches and portable handheld emergency stop switches.
Base Engineering Inc demonstrated its BASEstation on-board computer that is specifically configured for LNG fuel deliveries. The system provides complete LNG mobile asset management. It interfaces with all LNG transport and mobile tanker systems.
Related story: Tank fleets see leasing as good way to test natural gas fueled tractors
Sponsored Introduction Continue on to (or wait seconds) ×