Check out a photo slideshow from the LP gas industry, including Zion National Park’s use of autogas-powered buses and the Cargas Systems Energy Summit.
1. Propane autogas-powered buses are ready to roll at Zion National Park in Springdale, Utah. The National Park Service has been incorporating more autogas-powered vehicles into its fleets.
2. A propane tank near Port Clinton, Ohio, is modeled after the nearby Marblehead Lighthouse, the oldest continuously operating lighthouse on the Great Lakes.
3. Aaron Cargas delivers the keynote address at the Cargas Systems Energy Summit. The event drew 300 attendees. Participants attended seminars and offered feedback about Cargas’ products.
4. Blossman Gas hosts the grand opening of a new store in Hickory, North Carolina. The location features an 8,000-sq.-ft. showroom, an autogas refueling station, a filling station for small tanks, a display of over 100 gas-burning appliances and a fully functional kitchen for cooking classes and demonstrations.
5. Crestwood Services celebrates the opening of its new rail terminal in Montgomery, New York with, from left, Tucker Perkins, president and CEO of the Propane Education & Research Council; John Powell, senior vice president and chief commercial officer of Crestwood’s Marketing Supply & Logistics Group; Mike Hayes, the Town of Montgomery supervisor; Andy Ronald, vice president of supply and logistics development at Crestwood Services; Don Fernald, president and CEO of Superior Energy Systems; and Fred Reichle, chair of the Town of Montgomery planning board.
Photo 1 By Ed Richesson; photo 2 by Kim Traum; photo 3 courtesy of Cargas; photo 4 courtesy of Blossman Gas; photo 5 courtesy of Crestwood Services