LNG: Potential for the Great Lakes Region
The Great Lakes Maritime Research Institute held the third annual meeting to discuss the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) potential for the Great Lakes region on Wednesday, May 21, 2014 at the University of Wisconsin-Superior. LNG experts discussed LNG uses and the safety culture along with their experiences as current users. The afternoon panel highlighted the potential benefits of using LNG, themed "greening the supply chain".
We greatly appreciate the support of our sponsors for the conference:
Baird and Associates
Chestnut Cambronne, Attorneys at Law
Duluth Seaway Port Authority
Duluth Superior Transportation Association
Attendees at the meeting potential LNG fuel users from the mining, agricultural, trucking, rail and maritime sectors along with LNG/equipment and LNG development companies. City, state and federal representatives from the Great Lakes region, along with fire marshals and first responders participated to better understand the embedded safety culture. Several companies provided materials and brochures with extensive information on their equipment and uses for clean, natural gas.