The draft of PEI/RP1600: Recommended Practices for the Design, Construction, Installation, Operation and Maintenance of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)/Liquefied Compressed Natural Gas Vehicle Fueling Facilities is now closed for public comment.
During the 60-day public comment period, interested parties were invited to submit suggestions and recommendations for improving RP1600. Comments had to be submitted via the online Comment Now portal by Monday, June 29, 2020.
All comments submitted during the public comment period will be tabulated and considered by the RP1600.
Download a draft copy of RP1600 for review by clicking here.
PEI's Recommended Practices for the Design, Construction, Installation, Operation and Maintenance of Liquefied Natural Gas/Liquefied Compressed Natural Gas Vehicle Fueling Facilities will provide consistent recommended practices and procedures to promote the safe and reliable design, engineering, construction, operation, and maintenance of LNG fueling systems.
The scope of this document includes offloading, storage and dispensing at private, retail and commercial fleet-fueling facilities. This document may be useful to those considering using LNG for vehicle fueling and want to learn how these facilities work, and the design and performance factors they should consider before investing in such a facility. Code enforcement personnel who are charged with permitting and inspecting LNG fueling facilities may also find this document a useful reference.