Created June 2015

Produced for Hexagon Composites

Webinar Description:

This complimentary webinar discusses how a natural gas “mobile pipeline” can help your remote facility:

  • Reduce energy costs by 20% to 30% (compared to burning fuel oil) and increase your competitive advantage in the market
  • Reduce emissions and comply with new EPA Boiler MACT Regulations within 6 to 12 months (especially for those burning coal)
  • Secure a steady supply of natural gas without the multi-million dollar cost or commitment of a pipeline expansion
  • Increase your competitive advantage in the market


Mary Evslin, NG Advantage
The Benefits of Receiving Delivered Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) vs. Extending the Pipeline
Mary Evslin is a co-founder and the vice president of marketing at NG Advantage LLC. NG Advantage is the leader in the “virtual pipeline industry” serving customers using between two and eighteen loads of gas a day delivered in real time.

Paul Pezone, Cheshire Medical Center/Dartmouth-Hitchcock Keene
A Remote Medical Center’s Perspective on the Business Case for Delivered CNG
Paul Pezone is the vice president of clinical and support services at the Cheshire Medical Center/Dartmouth-Hitchcock in Keene, New Hampshire. Paul is responsible for several clinical and support operations at the medical center including the plant. In that capacity, he was the person who made the decision to convert the medical center’s boiler and heating systems from burning fuel oil to burning much cleaner, less expensive natural gas delivered by a “virtual pipeline.”

Steve Wilk, Wilk Paving
A Remote Paving Company’s Perspective on the Business Case for Delivered CNG
Steve Wilk is the president of Wilk Paving located in Rutland, Vermont. His company sells hot mix asphalt and operates a recycling facility. Wilk Paving is committed to preserving our precious natural resources. To that end, they converted their plant from burning fuel oil to running on cleaner and less expensive natural gas. The company is not located on a pipeline and receives the gas from a “mobile pipeline” of tractor trailers.

Frank Tarantino, APC Paper Group
A Paper Mill’s Perspective on the Business Case for Delivered CNG
Frank Tarantino is the president of APC Paper Group in Claremont, New Hampshire. APC operates two paper mills making 100% recycled paper. Frank understands how to run and maximize the efficiency of large manufacturing plants as he has managed several paper mills at a time throughout most of his career. He has now converted two mills to run on trucked CNG. CNG has helped APC to control energy costs, reduce air emissions, and keep the mills viable in a competitive marketplace.

Gokhan Kisabacak, Hexagon Lincoln
An Overview of the Technology Behind CNG Mobile Pipeline™ Solutions
Gokhan Kisabacak is the Director of Sales at Hexagon Lincoln’s Mobile Pipeline™ Division. He holds a degree in Chemical Engineering and has six years experience in the oil and gas industry. Hexagon Lincoln operates one of the world’s most advanced facilities for designing, testing and manufacturing composite Type 4 pressure vessels for Mobile Pipeline™ solutions.