NGV Global Group’s Dual Fuel Engine Conversions See Uptick In Demand

NGV Global Group’s department for heavy duty natural gas engine conversions has seen an uptick in demand for their Fracturing engine conversion department. NGV Global Group welcomes the increase and is ready to meet the demand. 

In fracking, higher pumping rates and pressures increase the amount of fuel required to perform the work. Even idling between stages consumes a lot of fuel; these large engines consume about 10 gal/hr while idling. With varying efficiencies and stage lengths, diesel fuel usage can exceed 20,000 gal/d for the frac pumps on one fracturing spread of equipment. A proven way to significantly reduce fuel consumption is to use dual fuel operations. Properly executed dual fuel operations can reduce the amount of diesel fuel a fracturing spread uses by as much as 55%.

NGV Global Group has the technology and experience to handle these conversions, offering their clients’ savings that contribute to their profit margin positively. In addition to operational savings, a dual fuel engine is a reliable choice for those looking for dependability when it’s needed the most.

The picture below is a 2500 HP Engine being converted to a dual fuel engine with the ability to run on natural gas.

cummins 2500 HP Engine CNG Conversion to Dual Fuel Capabilities

For more information regarding dual-fuel engine conversions, please contact us. We can walk you through the steps and help you weigh your options regardless of your company size.  

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NGV Global Group Inc.

10733 Spangler Rd,

Dallas, TX 75220 USA

Phone: +1 (214) 630-1000

Mail: info@ngvglobalgroup.com

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ULTRA-LOW NOX NATURAL GAS VEHICLE EVALUATION

A report released by the University of California Riverside’s College of Engineering-Center for Environmental Research and Technology (CE-CERT), found that new ultra-low NOx natural gas heavy-duty vehicles met and were cleaner than their certification standards during a full range of duty cycles. This finding is in stark contrast to previously released CE-CERT data of heavy-duty diesel trucks that emitted higher levels of NOx than their certification standards in the same duty cycles. With the near-zero emission factors demonstrated for natural gas vehicles, it is expected that these vehicles could play an important role in providing much needed emissions reductions required for the South Coast Air Basin and California to reach federal air quality attainment standards. 

In-use testing results of heavy-duty trucks in port applications found: (The data has been pulled from UCR CE-CERT test results of the Cummins Westport ISL G near-zero natural gas engine and 2010 diesel engines with selective catalytic reduction (SCR) emission control systems.) 

For more information on how to acquire your CNG/RNG Box Trucks, Busses and Semi Trucks please give us a call. We can walk you through the steps and help you weigh your options regardless of your company size.  

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NGV Global Group Inc.

10733 Spangler Rd,

Dallas, TX 75220 USA

Phone: +1 (214) 630-1000

Mail: info@ngvglobalgroup.com

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