The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection said in a brief notice in the May 2 Pennsylvania Bulletin that on April 16 it issued an air permit to REV LNG LLC of Ulysses, Pa., to construct two 1,380 bhps Caterpillar G3516B LE 4-stroke, ultra-lean burn, natural gas-fired compressor engines, each equipped with 2-way oxidation catalysts.
This equipment is to be used for the production of liquefied natural gas at the proposed Clark Facility located in Herrick Township, Bradford County. The facility will also include: one 402 bhp Cummins QSK19G lean burn, natural gas-fired generator engine equipped with a 2-way oxidation catalyst; one 335 bhp Aggreko D146TIC rich burn generator engine equipped with a 3-way catalyst; liquid natural gas storage tanks; and truck loading equipment.
Said the REV LNG website: “REV LNG is one of the very first trucking operators to convert their traditional diesel fueled trucks to LNG. They are also the first company in the state of Pennsylvania to have their own LNG mobile refueler. They were operating an LNG fleet before a single LNG fuel station was ever commissioned in the state.”