Natural Gas As A Transportation Fuel Options and Opportunities, Greensburg

Hampton Inn & Suites Greensburg 2075 N Michigan Ave GreensburgIN 47240

Thursday, June 19, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM (EDT)

Compressed and liquefied natural gas public fueling is expanding across the U.S. and as a result, fleets are selecting natural gas as their transportation energy of choice. This workshop will provide fleet operators with the information and tools needed to determine if is right for their operational needs. 

During this event, industry partners will provide an overview of natural gas vehicle options from passenger to Class 8 vehicles.  An overview of fueling infrastructure options will be discussed and natural gas vehicles will be on display.National fleet’s case studies and the tools to guide a fleet through the decision making process will also be provided. For 13 years, Kellie Walsh, Executive Director of the Greater Indiana Clean Cities has worked with public and private sector fleets across Indiana to reduce their operating costs, green house gas emissions and foreign oil consumption.  She has secured over 22 million in federal and state funds for the deployment of American fuels and technologies across the Hoosier State.

Greensburg Indiana June 19th 2014 Agenda


9:00 Registration

9:30 Welcome and Natural Gas Overview
Kellie Walsh, Greater Indiana Clean Cities

10:00 Natural Gas Cummins Westport Natural Gas Engine Family
Leslie Beard, Cummins-Crosspoint

10:30 Natural Gas Work Trucks Clean Up
Jim Rake, Palmer Trucks/Trilogy

11:00 Liquefied Natural Gas Fleet Considerations
Phil Brauchla, BluLNG

11:30 IMPCO Automotive
Keith Fields, Impco Automotive

12:00 Luncheon

1:00 Requirements and Considerations for Natural Gas Maintenance Facilities
Brian Scholz, HP Legacy, Inc.

1:30 Public CNG Station Coming to Greensburg
Kris Kyler, CNG Fuel Inc.

2:00 Funding Sources and Fleet Evaluation Tools
Kellie Walsh, Greater Indiana Clean Cities

2:30 Networking Expo and Ride N Drive Open

For additional information, please email Rob Walsh at: or call 317.834.3754.

Indiana Department of Energy