Evaluating Critical Components of Natural Gas Compression Equipment EMEA November 19, 2014 Evaluating Critical Components of Natural Gas Compression Equipment Nov 19, 2014 Duration: 1 hr Event Outline: This presentation will provide an overview of the evolution, benefits, and applications of current natural gas compressor equipment components. Video Presentation: Download: PPT | PDF What You’ll Learn: Benefits of non-lubricated compression Key considerations for improving service life of CNG equipment 5 questions all buyers and specifiers should ask Also Includes: General overview of compressor sub-components and best practices 1 hr documented continuing education credits 15 minutes open Q&A – please bring all your burning questions! Who Should Attend: Anyone evaluating natural gas compression solutions for transit, trucking, bulk and other applications. Guest Speaker: John Dunaway, PE Director, OEM Sales Cook Compression Mr. Dunaway has six years’ experience in the gas compression industry with Cook, with roles in engineering and technical sales. Currently, he is responsible for managing critical component sales to compressor OEMs. John is sought after as a speaker and trainer and conducts training presentations throughout US for Cook Compression OEMs. John holds a BS and M.Eng and conducted his Masters in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Louisville, using mock human circulatory system to study mechanical behaviors of heart valves. Your Clean Energy Compression Host: David Orton Senior Vice President, Global Business Development & Marketing Clean Energy Compression Mr. Orton joined Clean Energy Compression in early 2013 to manage global sales and marketing from base of operation in British Columbia, Canada and regional sales on all continents. Prior to Clean Energy Compression, David has had a leadership role in sales and marketing with Armtec Ltd. Canada’s largest construction and infrastructure products company. David’s first experience with clean technology was as Vice President of Marketing and Business Development for Legend Power Systems. Prior to his life in engineered products, he had 12 years in sales and marketing leadership roles with some of Canada’s largest telecom and satellite communications companies. Mr. Orton has significant international market experience including Europe and Asia and holds a degree in Asian Studies from the University of British Columbia.