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2/6/2017: LGC NCOE publishes its latest issue of The Gas Gauge Newsletter

The Coast Guard’s Liquefied Gas Carrier National Center of Expertise (LGC NCOE) published its Winter 2016/2017 issue of The Gas Gauge, a newsletter to share Coast Guard involvement and regulatory updates about the liquefied gas industry.

This edition of the newsletter provides information to Coast Guard and industry on a wide variety of topics to include:

  • LGC NCOE Semi-Annual Update
  • Training Tips: Examining Air Locks
  • Guidance Gouge: New USCG Liquefied Gas Regulations, Policy, and Recommendations
  • Community Spotlight: Mr. Aziz Bamik, General Manager GTT North America
  • Service Center: Liquefied Gas Carrier Accelerated Training Program
  • Tech Talk: Catalytic vs. Infrared Gas Detection Sensors

 

In addition, test your liquefied gas knowledge by submitting an answer to this edition’s “How Full is YOUR Tank?” questions and take a chance to receive a LGC NCOE unit challenge coin and public recognition on the LGC NCOE website!

View the Winter 2016/2017, The Gas Gauge on the LGC NCOE website.

The LGC NCOE is one of six NCOEs nationwide focusing on providing industry specific consultation and services to the Coast Guard and maritime industry. The LGC NCOE provides technical advice on all matters related to foreign and U.S. flagged vessels and barges that carry liquefied gases in bulk and the marine transfer systems associated with LNG/LPG terminals. These include:

(1) Providing liquefied gas training and outreach opportunities;
(2) Liquefied gas workforce forecasting and performance development; and
(3) Technical expertise for the establishment of local and national liquefied gas guidance, policy and regulations.

This blog is not a replacement or substitute for the formal posting of regulations and updates or existing processes for receiving formal feedback of the same. Links provided on this blog will direct the reader to official source documents, such as the Federal Register, Homeport and the Code of Federal Regulations. These documents remain the official source for regulatory information published by the Coast Guard.