The two giants of the global Autogas industry, South Korea and Turkey, presented papers at the Argus European Autogas Conference in Germany 13-14 June.
With the World Health Organisation announcing during the conference that diesel fuel emissions were indeed carcinogenic the prospects for clean burning Autogas suddenly gathered more momentum.
Over 60 delegates attended the event, held at the Le Meridien Hotel in Frankfurt, including Ercument Polat (Aygaz) and Woo Beomseok (SK gas), seen here with David Tyler, Director of the WLPGA.
From left to right: Ercüment Polat, Aygaz - Woo Beomseok, SK Gas and David Tyler, WLPGA
Samuel Maubanc outlined some of the challenges facing the AEGPL as the Association tackles the tough task of lobbying for Autogas within the corridors of the EU in Brussels.
The latest technologies for blending LPGas into diesel engines were explained by Vialle, Prinsautogas and G-volution. L K Chauhan from Indian Oil brought the delegates up to date with the exciting two and three wheeler initiative for Autogas in Asia.
For more details about the conference or the WLPGA initiatives for Autogas development contact David Tyler at firstname.lastname@example.org.