CNX, Pittsburgh International Airport Form Partnership to Convert Natgas into Alternative Fuel

CNX Resources will work alongside Pittsburgh International Airport to create alternative fuel for the airport to use through the conversion of natural gas, resulting in a reduction of carbon emissions.

Hart Energy Staff

CNX Resource Corp. and Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) formed a partnership on May 20 to convert natural gas produced at the airport into alternative fuel, aiming to further reduce carbon emissions in the transportation industry, a press release announced on May 24.

The Canonsburg, Pa.-based E&P has developed proprietary technology to cost-effectively convert on-site dry natural gas into LNG, CNG and electricity for various uses, including as a hydrogen feedstock. PIT will implement these technologies to reduce local emissions and further reduce operating costs at the airport.

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