Gas Technology Institute (GTI), an Illinois-based research, development and training organization, has added Margaret Kaigh Doyle to the company to help drive its global business and training opportunities in liquefied natural gas (LNG).
Prior to joining GTI, Doyle was the vice president of development and LNG solutions at the U.S. Maritime Resource Center. She is a longstanding appointed member of the U.S. Coast Guard Chemical Transportation Advisory Committee (CTAC) and chairs the CTAC subcommittee tasked with developing recommendations for safety standards for the design of vessels carrying natural gas as a cargo or a fuel. Doyle also participates on the U.S. Delegation to the International Maritime Organization on LNG matters.
GTI says it leads a slate of R&D and training programs focused on LNG across the energy value chain. Key initiatives are directed at natural gas clean-up, small-scale natural gas liquefaction, the use of LNG as a transportation fuel and in other applications, and interchangeability.
‘We are very excited to welcome Margaret to our team. As global gas demand continues to grow, Margaret's level of proficiency in LNG and business development is a perfect fit for GTI,’ says Rod Rinholm, GTI's executive director of business development and education.