Nevada Inventor Richard Langson Presented at the SMU Conference on Geothermal Energy Utilization Associated with Oil & Gas Development
Carson City, NV (June 21, 2011) – Richard Langson, President/Founder of Langson Energy, spoke at the SMU Conference on Geothermal Energy Utilization Associated with Oil & Gas Development, in Dallas on June 15. This focused two-day conference brought together leaders from both business and research to discuss specific issues relevant to expanding geothermal electrical production in oil and gas fields. Langson will discuss how the “disruptive technology” behind Langson Energy’s Total Flow Gas Letdown Generator provides an efficient alternative that makes use of wasted energy in natural gas pipelines at pressure let-down stations, converting the let-down pressure into usable electricity for a mere 1/4 cent per kW.
These Total Flow Generators can also utilize the pressure in geothermal wells and the tremendous pressure in the millions of capped and abandoned oil and gas wells to generate power at the same low costs. Much of the high costs associated with drilling geothermal wells can be eliminated at abandoned oil and gas wells.