Apr 2011 – Langson presents at Western Gas Management School in Spokane

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Carson City, NV (April 29, 2011) – Don Langson, VP Project Development, of Langson Energy, spoke at the Western Gas Management School April 25-28, in Spokane, Washington. During his presentation to gas industry personnel from throughout the western United States, Langson discussed how at gas pressure let-down stations and city gates, natural gas, which is traditionally directed through pressure reduction valves to achieve lower pressures on it’s way to the consumers, can be redirected through the Langson Energy Total Flow Generator to produce electric power from the previously wasted kinetic energy in the flowing gas. He went on to explain how Langson Energy’s Total Flow Gas Letdown Generator, provides an efficient alternative that makes use of the wasted kinetic energy, converting the kinetic energy in the flowing natural gas into usable electricity for a mere 1/4 cent per kW.

For more information on Langson and the Total Flow Gas Letdown Generator, visit www.LangsonEnergy.com.

Apr 2011 – Gas Letdown Generator presented at GasTech 2011

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Langson Energy’s Richard Langson
Unveiled Latest Invention at Gastech 2011


Carson City, NV (April 5, 2011) – Carson City’s Richard Langson presented his latest invention, the Total Flow Gas Letdown Generator, at the Center of Technical Excellence (CoTE) during Gastech 2011, which took place March 21-24 at the Amsterdam RAI, The Netherlands.

During his presentation to oil and gas executives from around the world, Langson discussed how in gas pressure let-down stations and city gates, natural gas is traditionally directed through pressure reduction valves. He went on to explain how the “disruptive technology” behind Langson Energy’s Total Flow Gas Letdown Generator, provides an efficient alternative that makes use of the wasted energy, converting the let-down pressure of the natural gas into usable electricity for a mere 1/4 cent per kW.

Attendees were particularly intrigued by the lower capital costs involved with the machine. “We modify readily available and proven off-the-shelf components, keeping the capital investment to implement our machine to a fraction of what would be required for a turbine installation,” Langson explained. “Helical screw technology has a proven track record of literally millions of hours of operation and tens of thousands of installations worldwide. It has proven itself to be reliable, durable and truly cost effective.”


Richard K. Langson is a proven entrepreneur and innovator over four decades in business. The accolades he earned with his previous company, include the Wall Street Journal’s 2009 Energy Technology Innovation award, 2009 Entrepreneur of the Year, Popular Science Magazine’s 2008 “Best of What’s New” award and the Geothermal Energy Association’s 2007 prize for “Best of Show.” For more information on Langson and the Total Flow Gas Pressure Generator, visit www.LangsonEnergy.com.

 

Hosted by Shell, Gastech 2011 is the premier event in the global gas calendar, serving the entire spectrum of the upstream, midstream and downstream gas sectors. For further information about Gastech 2011 visit www.gastech.co.uk.