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Oil & Gas IQ: LNG - Liquefied Natural Gas

"Given Time, Anything That Runs On Diesel Can Run On LNG"

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Ray Latchem

In this interview, Tim Haidar, Editor in Chief of Oil & Gas IQ, speaks with Ray Latchem, President of Spectrum LNG about the increasing promulgation of liquefied natural gas as an alternative fuel for industry.

Mr. Ray Latchem spent most of his career developing natural gas distribution companies in Alaska. His first was Norgasco, which serves the industrial community of Deadhorse that houses the support contractors for Alaska's North Slope oilfields. The most recent was Northern Eclipse and Fairbanks Natural Gas, which serves the city of Fairbanks. After his tenure as president of these ventures he formed Spectrum Energy Services to pursue other innovations in the LNG business.

In the course of his interview, Ray touches on:

  • How LNG has changed in the past 15 years
  • 3000:1 - The differences between "big" and "little" LNG
  • The application of small scale LNG
  • Emerging technologies that are making LNG attractive for the automotive sector
  • Charting big changes in fuel development over the decades


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