A large Northeastern U.S. University and their entire city were converting from fuel oil #2 to natural gas to reduce fuel costs. The university invested millions of dollars to commission a brand new powerhouse and hired an engineering firm to install all new piping, burners and combustion management systems in preparation for the change. Keeping safety as his number one priority, the Facilities Director sought out training for his entire crew since no one had ever used natural gas or the new equipment.
A leading producer of corrugated, packaging and recycling solutions keeps safety as a top priority. After reading an article from CEC online, facility leaders contacted CEC inquiring about a line breaking permit. After extensive discussions with CEC’s Gas Hazards Management Group, it was decided that CEC’s expertise was required to complete the upcoming gas conversion project safely.