LCF 2015 Winter Luncheon and LNG Workshop

    January 16, 2015
    10:30 AM - 1:30 PM
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    Goodwood Main Library
    7711 Goodwood Blvd.
    Baton Rouge, LA 70806

    Free Alternative Fuel Workshop for Fleets!
    Baton Rouge, January 16th

    Louisiana Clean Fuels and the Louisiana Department of Natural Resources (LDNR) invite you to join us at the Goodwood Main Library, Friday January 16th for updates on Clean Cities activities & events, hear presentations on LNG, CRPC's new "Greenride" program and get an Ozone update from DEQ.

    Why should you attend? By attending our free quarterly luncheons, we can help your fleet find reliable alternative fuel vehicles that will stabilize or lower your fuels costs. Our staff can provide you with objective data, technical resources, and the right connections to make a decision that works for your fleet.

    Location:  East Baton Rouge Parish Goodwood Library
    7711 Goodwood Boulevard, Baton Rouge, LA 70806

    Friday, January 16, 2015
    10:30 AM - 1:30 PM


    10:30 AM

    Registration & Networking


    10:45 AM

    Clean Cities Update

    Ann Shaneyfelt, Executive Director
    Louisiana Clean Fuels

    11:00 AM

    LNG Fleet Case Studies

    Lee Grannis, Greater New Haven Clean Cities Coalition

    11:30 AM

    DEQ Update and Ozone NAAQS Overview

    Vivian Aucoin,

    11:45 PM



    12:15 PM

    LNG 101: From Well Fields to Fuel Tank

    Doug Clark, Vice President

    12:45 PM

    Dual Fuel Technology

    Dustin Taylor, American Power Group (Sponsor)


    CRPC's 'Greenride'

    Capital Region Planning Commission


    Event Sponsor

    Thank you to our general supporting sponsor, American Power Group. American Power Group delivers alternative fuel solutions to the heavy-duty truck and high-horsepower stationary power generation industries.

    What is LNG?

    LNG is produced by purifying natural gas and super-cooling it to -260°F to turn it into a liquid. Because it must be kept at cold temperatures, LNG is stored in double-walled, vacuum-insulated pressure vessels. LNG is good for trucks needing a longer range because liquid is more dense than gas (CNG) and, therefore, more energy can be stored by volume in a given tank. LNG is typically used in medium- and heavy-duty vehicles; a GGE equals about 1.5 gallons of LNG. (Source: Alternative Fuel Data Center)

    About Louisiana Clean Fuels

    Louisiana Clean Fuels (LCF) was established in 1997 as an affiliate of the United States Department of Energy (DOE) Clean Cities program and received designation April 11, 2000. Learn more at


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