The organizers of the upcoming NGVOK conference and exhibition, which will focus squarely on the most critical trends in the natural gas vehicle sector, have released the full agenda for the event's sessions.
The program is broken into three educational tracks – 101, 201 and Heavy Duty – that each feature multiple breakout sessions. The 101 track will include mostly introductory information related to NGVs and fleet fueling needs. Sessions will cover topics such as NGV incentives, CNG fueling strategies and light-duty NGV issue. The 201 track comprises more deeply niched sessions, including those that address specific CNG system technologies; CNG station maintenance and operation; and certification and testing.
The Heavy Duty track is designed to cover NGV issues in the Class 8 arena, as well as certain off-road natural gas applications. The sessions will look at CNG/LNG truck options, heavy-duty NGV lease agreements, and natural gas fueling issues.
Also, Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin, who has been a vocal supporter of NGVs in the U.S., will be delivering a keynote luncheon address. More speakers and presenters for the overall will be announced in the coming weeks.