Points to Consider in Using Natural Gas as a Fuel in Citrus Plants PUBLIC ACCESS

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J. W. Humphrey

George L. Simonds Co., Winter Haven, FL

Paper No. CEC1958-0402, pp. 1-8; 11 pages
  • ASME 1958 Citrus Engineering Conference
  • ASME 1958 Citrus Engineering Conference
  • Lakeland, Florida, USA, March 20, 1958
  • Conference Sponsors: ASME Florida Section
  • ISBN: 978-0-7918-9945-8
  • Compilation Copyright © 2018 ASME


The construction of the Louisiana-Florida gas line will bring natural gas to the 48th state to receive this fuel. Florida is the only remaining state without natural gas according to gas suppliers. The consumption of natural gas has been steadily increasing in industry in the past and will continue to increase in the future. The ease with which gas can be handled and burned makes it an attractive fuel for most industrial needs.

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Compilation Copyright © 2018 ASME
Topics: Fuels , Natural gas
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