Johnson College will host Cabot Oil and Gas on its campus today to celebrate the positive impact that Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) is having on the community. Cabot is highlighting record breaking production numbers that are now, in turn, producing successful financial investments in new technologies, new jobs and soon, new educational opportunities that place Johnson College on the cutting edge of training their Transportation Division students for the jobs of tomorrow.
Johnson College and Cabot Oil and Gas will also be joined by speakers Dave Spigelmyer President of the Marcellus Shale Coalition, Andy Douglas, from Kenworth Trucking, State Senator John Blake and PA Secretary of DEP, E. Christopher Abruzzo.
Several major trucking companies in the area will feature large equipment displays from vehicles that run on compressed natural gas (CNG) to equipment used in the production and delivery of it. Pocono Peterbilt will present Duryea Borough’s newest dump truck powered by CNG. Kenworth of Pennsylvania will provide a CNG powered truck cab. Five Star International, Stadium International, Sherwood Freightliner, Prime, Inc. and Mack Trucks will also be in attendance.