Symposium To Explore Impact of shale gas on vehicle development.July 5, 2012 -
Taking place in Pittsburgh, PA on August 28, SAE 2012 Shale Gas Impact on Vehicle Development Symposium will focus on impact of natural gas vehicle adoption, shale exploration, and natural gas infrastructure on bi-fuel vehicle production. Attendees will gain understanding of energy policy related to natural gas exploration/CNG as well infrastructure developments. Additional topics will address market opportunities and regulatory environment.
SAE International to Host Symposium that Delves into Impact of Shale Gas on Vehicle Development
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Society Of Automotive Engineers, Inc. (SAE)
400-T Commonwealth Dr.
Warrendale, PA, 15096
Press release date: June 21, 2012
WARRENDALE, Pa. -- Shale gas exploration and development has been a hot topic in the news. The development of natural gas vehicles, both for fleets and for individual vehicles, is taking off without government subsidies and the fuel is gaining acceptance for transportation by the general public.
Following the example of other major energy companies, Shell recently announced that it will build and operate a network of at least 200 natural gas fueling stations at 100 or more TravelCenters locations on U.S. interstate highways. What impact does all this have on the development of new vehicles?
A new SAE International symposium will explore that topic.
The SAE 2012 Shale Gas Impact on Vehicle Development Symposium will focus on the impact of natural gas vehicle adoption, shale exploration and natural gas Infrastructure on bi-fuel vehicle production. Co-sponsored by SAE International and energy industry publisher Hart Energy, the event will be held August 28, 2012, at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh.
Those who attend this conference will:
-- Gain an understanding of energy policy as it relates to natural gas exploration/CNG. -- Learn about infrastructure developments and the expansion of fueling stations and what this means for the energy and automotive sectors. -- Understand the impact of shale exploration and natural gas infrastructure. -- Learn about the market for NGVs in U.S. truck fleets as well as the heavy duty and passenger car sectors. What are the projections for NGV demand in the future? -- Gain an understanding of the regulatory environment pertaining to natural gas exploration and what it means for the energy and automotive sectors.
Speakers scheduled to appear include:
-- Kent Wilkinson, VP of Natural Gas Ventures, Chesapeake Energy -- Joyce Mattman - Director of Commercial Product and Specialty Vehicles, General Motors -- Roe East, General Manager- On Highway Natural Gas Business, Cummins, Inc. -- Peggy Williams, Editorial Director, Hart Energy -- Jeffrey Clarke, General Counsel and Director of Regulatory Affairs, Natural Gas Vehicles For America (NGVAmerica) -- John W. Carroll, Attorney at Law, Pepper Hamilton LLP -- Caley Johnson, Transportation Market Analyst, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
For more information on the SAE 2012 Shale Gas Impact on Vehicle Development Symposium, visit http://www.sae.org/events/cng/ . For media credentials, email email@example.com or call 1-724-772-8522.
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