Galileo presented its latest proposals to harness LNG and biomethane during Gasdagarna 2013

Osvaldo Del Campo, CEO of Galileo, gave a lecture within the session entitled "Development at the forefront" during the Gasdagarna 2013 seminar, held from 23rd to 24th October in Båstad, Sweden.

Under the title “Small-scale liquefaction of methane”, his lecture was referred to the launching of the Cryobox® LNG-Production Station and the use of the Nanobox® gas compression and storage unit for fueling natural gas vehicles (NGVs) with biomethane.

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  • Gasdagarna 2013

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