Passenger Terminal Today - Elizabeth Baker

Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) in Pennsylvania is to start using natural gas produced at the airport and convert it into alternative fuel using natural gas company CNX’s proprietary technology to further reduce its carbon emissions.

CNX has developed technology to cost-effectively convert on-site dry natural gas into liquified natural gas (LNG), compressed natural gas (CNG) and electricity for various uses including as a hydrogen feedstock. These technologies are intended to reduce local emissions and further reduce operating costs at the airport. The strategy also envisions a sustainable fuel hub at PIT that would use locally sourced, lower-cost, lower-carbon intensity LNG and CNG fueling depots for airlines, transit, cargo, fleet, military and other energy-intensive business purposes.

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