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NATURAL GAS SYSTEMS COMPANY JOINS SEA\LNG

Friday, November 22, 2019 

SEALNG, the industry coalition accelerating the widespread adoption of liquified natural gas, has announced that US company Chart Industries has joined its membership.

Peter Keller, SEALNG chairman, said: “We are thrilled to welcome another member from North America. Chart is a highly respected equipment and solution provider working across the LNG value chain and we look forward to working together with a company that is at the heart of the energy revolution.”

Chart is a key equipment and systems provider to applications that utilise clean burning, economical natural gas. The liquefaction technology that is used includes specialised heat exchangers, cryogenic storage and delivery expertise to support global LNG infrastructure, including small-scale LNG for transportation, marine and power generation.  Chart continues to help the marine sector meet the challenge of IMO 2020, building its first bunkering station in 2003 and more recently completing terminals in Klaipeda and Jacksonville, Florida. Its fuel systems are onboard several LNG powered vessels, including the Francisco high speed ferry and various fleets of barges.

Jill Evanko, President and CEO, Chart said: “Chart LNG systems not only offer innovative solutions for marine applications, they provide green energy to ships during port layovers, improving air quality in the local area.  As members of SEALNG, we expect to further enhance LNG as a commercially viable and environmentally sound marine fuel for 2020 and beyond, while contributing to a cleaner future for the communities in which our equipment and solutions are used.”

SEALNG brings together key players in the marine value chain, including shipping companies, classification societies, ports, major LNG suppliers, LNG bunkering companies, infrastructure providers and OEMs, to advance cooperation and communication on key areas. The recent appointment of Chart will bring the coalition a stronger perspective on infrastructure and emissions.

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