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Raven Transport announced plans to add 115 Peterbilt Model 579 tractors powered by by liquefied natural gas (LNG) to its fleet this year. Those tractors will operate on irregular routes originating from production plants and distribution centers in the Southeast.
They are projected to consume approximately 2.4 million additional DGEs of LNG annually.Thursday, April 16, 2015








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An artist’s depiction of North America’s first LNG bunker barge. (Courtesy: Bristol Harbor Group, Inc.)



Shell (RDS.A) (RDS.B) and Caterpillar (CAT) have signed an agreement to save money and reduce emissions by testing a new bi-fuel engine for use in mining the oil sands of northern Alberta. The new engine will run primarily on LNG instead of diesel. CAT will test the design at Shell's oil sands operations near Fort McMurray. Shell will retrofit its existing truck fleet with the new engine for the trial, as well as providing re-fuelling infrastructure at its Shell Albian Sands operation.

Shell's VP of Oil Sands John Rhind had this to say:

With heavy hauling being such a core part of our operation, success with this could make a real difference in our operations costs and emissions.
I expect all the oil sands miners will follow Shell's lead in adopting natural gas for these huge diesel guzzling Caterpillar trucks.


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HISTORY of LNG 1960 - 2013
United States Gas Production by State 1906-1924
United States natural_gas_Production 1930_2008
Shale Gas Information 2008 Shale Gas Information 2009
Proved Natural Gas Reserves
Tcf Total world 5,500 {2003}
Tcf Total world 6,600 2010
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Essar Steel Minnesota LLC
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Interlake moves ahead on LNG fuel plans

May 8, 2013—The Interlake Steamship Company conversion of its vessels to LNG.

When converted, the Interlake ships are expected to be the first LNG-powered ships on the Great Lakes and among the first in the U.S.
With a goal of converting the first vessel by the spring of 2015.
Interlake is already working through engineering and design, seeking regulatory approval and securing financing.


Caterpillar Marine Power Systems is pleased to announce the development of the MaK™ M 34 DF, a new marine dual fuel engine platform for the commercial marine industry. Hamburg, Germany –cat.com 7/4/2013
M 34 DF dual fuel engine boasts a power rating of 500 kW per cylinder at 720 and 750 rpm in diesel and gas modes, and will share the same footprint as the highly successful M 32 C engine series. The M 34 DF will be capable of running on natural gas as an alternative to marine diesel oil or large and complex scrubber installations for Emission Control Areas (ECA) operation as of 2015. First engine deliveries are foreseen for October 2014.
We’re pleased to continue to deliver on our commitment to bring innovative, efficient solutions to the commercial marine market,” said Carsten Seeburg, MaK product definition manager. “Our customers want a fuel-efficient, sustainable propulsion product with operational flexibility for both IMO and EPA regulated waters and we’re aiming to exceed their expectations with the M 34 DF engine.”

Caterpillar Marine Power Systems has secured EPA Tier 2 Certification of all MaK engine platforms with cylinder volumes of above 30 litres. Included in the certification are the M 32 C, M 43 C, M 46 DF as well as the recently announced M 34 DF engine platform. The certification of the broad range of MaK power solutions provides customers operating in the American market, specifically in the commercial and offshore marine markets, a wide spectrum of power nodes to meet emissions regulations on US flagged vessels.
“At Caterpillar, we recognize the needs of our customers to have flexible power solutions for any market, regardless of emissions regulations. We understand the market they are operating in is evolving in terms of environmental and performance requirements and strive to offer timely, innovative products that continue the Caterpillar legacy of proven performance,” Carsten Seeburg, Caterpillar Marine product definition manager said. “Building on that legacy is the recently introduced M 34 DF engine, which was designed and engineered based on high demand from our offshore customers.”
The M 34 DF dual fuel engine boasts a power rating of 500 kW per cylinder at 720 and 750 rpm in diesel and gas modes, and will share the same footprint as the highly successful M 32 C engine series. The M 34 DF will be capable of running on natural gas as an alternative to marine diesel oil or large and complex scrubber installations for Emission Control Areas (ECA) operation as of 2015. Driven by upcoming fuel sulfur and NOx regulations in ECA, the M 34 DF will provide full flexibility for vessels operating in regulated and/or lesser regulated areas without major changes to the engine room or exhaust gas system, supporting the ease and simplicity of engine installation and certification. Although designed for unlimited operation on LNG, marine diesel oil and heavy fuel oil, the M 34 DF will reach industry-leading efficiency in gas mode, while operating as EPA Tier 3 certified.
“The M 34 DF engine will provide customers familiar with the legendary M 32 C platform a sense of ease in operation as the two platforms feature not only the same footprint but a large amount of shared components,” Seeburg continued.
“The proven performance record of the M 32 C is well regarded throughout the industry with nearly 1,500 engines in the field populations. Vessel operators in the offshore segment, including platform supply vessels, anchor handling tug supply vessels and platform supply vessels, can confidently invest in the new M 34 dual fuel solution based on the success of the M 32 C.”

Driven by upcoming fuel sulfur and NOx regulations in ECA, the M 34 DF will provide full flexibility for vessels operating in regulated and/or lesser regulated areas without major changes to the engine room or exhaust gas system, supporting the ease and simplicity of engine installation and certification.  Although designed for unlimited operation on LNG, marine diesel oil and heavy fuel oil, the M 34 DF will reach industry- leading efficiency in gas mode.
“It was important for us that M 34 DF and M 32 C share the same footprint features, and the same system interfaces. The M 34 DF was designed to provide operators with industry-leading thermal efficiency for lowest total cost of operation,” said Detlef Kirste, MaK product definition manager. “The engine offers optimized load response and load stability in addition to numerous support features, such as remote monitoring and engine system diagnostics, helping engine operators with their daily service and maintenance work. Our target was to keep the typical MaK marine engine attributes like reliability, safety and efficiency while striving for an engine design that is easy to service and maintain.”
With a bore of 340 millimeters and stroke of 460, the engine was designed to the preferred choice for gas electrical and mechanical propulsion applications notably in the offshore and cargo segments. The engine design features new real-time combustion monitoring, Flexible Camshaft Technology functionality as well as a lower valve train and several innovative monitoring and component solutions to ensure maximum safety during operation. 
Caterpillar will offer its renowned service and support for the new MaK dual fuel engine, including installation and application, system integration support, as well as customer and crew training. The M 34 DF will be pass customer acceptance tests and classification approvals in Rostock, Germany and will be sold through Caterpillar’s MaK dealer network.
For more information about Caterpillar and MaK marine engines, please visit MARINE.CAT.COM/pr



Japan plan for more LNG boats




  • Pray for Pope Francis and his  PRAYER INTENTIONS FOR  May
  • Universal.  That, rejecting the culture of indifference, we may care for our neighbours who suffer, especially the sick and the poor.
  • Evangelization.  That Mary's intercession may help Christians in secularized cultures be ready  to proclaim Jesus.
  • Thursday, May 28, 2015
    Sirach 42:15-25; Psalms 33:2-9 ;  Mark 10:46-52 ;
1. Jahrhundert Eutyches soll Mitarbeiter der Apostel Bischof Melitene (Armenien). Er erlitt das Martyrium (vgl. Eutyches)
357 Departure Of St. Ammonius The Hermit Devil could not harm him {Coptic}
 
480 St. Senator Archbishop of Milan, Italy, and papal legate  to the Council of Chalcedon 451
 605 St. Augustine of Canterbury respected monastery prior Monk and abbot of Saint Andrew's abbey in Rome Apostle to the Anglo-Saxons; Apostle to the English; called himself Austin
  800 St Nicetas, Bishop of Chalcedon distinguished himself by his charity always helped the poor he lodged travelers in his home cared for orphans widows, interceded for those wronged relics occurred many miracles of healing
1050 St. Bernard of Montjoux priest Vicar General of Aosta spent 40 yrs missionary work in the Alps built schools churches remembered for 2 Alpine hospices aid lost travelers in the  mountain passes named Great and Little Bernard after him.
1373  Birgitta von Schweden Ihre Visionen wurden auch in deutscher Sprache veröffentlicht und haben das Werk Nithards beeinflußt. Das Kloster wurde 1384 eingeweiht
1541 Bl. Margaret Pole Martyr of England opposed Henry’s mar­riage to Anne Boleyn, exiled her from coutr he called   her “the holiest woman in England. severly  martyred

1582 THE LONDON MARTYRS OF
1645 St. Mariana lily of Quito  practiced great austerities ate hardly anything slept 3 hours a night for years gift of prophesy performed miracles  offered herself as victim for sins of the people
1859 St. Paul Hanh  Vietnamese martyr convert to Catholicism martyred
1865 St. Madeleine Sophie Barat nun teacher founded Society of the Sacred Heart, focus on schools for poor and boarding schools for young women of means during the French Revolution

Jesus Christ said, " This is my Body. " You say, " No. It is not His Body!"
Who am I to believe?
I prefer to believe Jesus Christ.  
-- St. Dominic Barberi


We begin our day by seeing Christ in the consecrated bread.
Throughout the day we continue to see Him in the torn bodies of our poor.
We pray, that is, through our work, performing it with Jesus, for Jesus and upon Jesus.
The poor are our prayer. They carry God in them. Prayer means praying everything, praying the work.
We meet the Lord who hungers and thirsts, in the poor.....
and the poor could be you or I or any person kind enough to show us his or her love and to come to our place.

Because we cannot see Christ, we cannot express our love to Him in person.
But our neighbor we can see, and we can do for him or her what we would love to do for Jesus if He were visible.
-- Mother Teresa
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