Registration is now open for NGVOK, a natural gas conference and exposition in Tulsa, Okla. Held Sept. 23-24, NGVOK is focused on getting information about natural gas vehicles (NGVs) into the hands of fleet managers, mechanics station builders, purchasers and public officials.
According to NG Productions, the event organizer, attendees can choose among three educational tracks: CNG 101 will allow fleet managers to make an educated decision about using CNG in their fleets, have all their questions answered, and get connected to resources for more advanced information; CNG 201 is a more advanced path focused on new technologies, codes, testing and certification procedures; and the Heavy Duty track includes discussions on the latest technologies in LNG and CNG, reducing fuel range anxiety, improving fill rates, changing state and federal regulations, and a look at what the future holds for long-haul applications.
NGVOK is a continuation of the 2012 CNG Summit hosted by Tulsa Area Clean Cities and will be supported by the group.
“It became clear at the CNG Summit that people weren't getting the information they need,” says Tom Sewell of NG Productions. “We want to have the tough conversations regarding the professionalization and legitimization of the industry, and discuss the effects of non-certified equipment and conversions on the North American market.”
For more information about the event or to register, visit NGVOK.com.