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Processing Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) Roundtable
Utilizing Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) is a step into future sustainability. This webinar will discuss FAQs and best solutions for separation, dehydration, CO2/ H2S removal, and BTU reduction, which are all crucial steps to making renewable natural gas suitable for powering the energy infrastructure.

Sep 21, 2021 11:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Chris Smithson
Director of Engineering @Croft Production Systems, Inc.
Mr. Smithson graduated from the University of Houston with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology. He joined CROFT’s Engineering Team in 2011, with a vision to improve CROFT products and designs for production equipment. During Mr. Smithson's tenure with CROFT, he was promoted several times, and currently holds the role of Director of Engineering. Under his leadership, the CROFT Team has launched three new product lines; CROFT’s Chemical Injection System (for which he personally received a patent), Fuel-gas Conditioning System, and Ambient Cooling System, as well as improving the designs of the Gas Sweetening System and Joule Thomson System product lines. Mr. Smithson’s expertise and leadership include consulting on multiple oil and gas projects around the world, plus CROFT’s technology advancements by implementing the latest 3D CAD design/analysis software, product data management, along with process simulation software for Chemical and Hydrocarbon processes.
Cameron P. Croft
CEO @Croft Production Systems, Inc
Mr. Cameron P. Croft graduated from the University of Houston with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology and holds a Master’s of Science Degree in Technology Project Management with a black belt in Lean Six Sigma. Mr. Croft joined Croft Production Systems, Inc. in 2006 with a vision to work his way from process engineer to CROFT’s current Chief Executive Officer. Under Mr. Croft’s leadership, CROFT has moved from specializing in Passive Dehydration Systems to an all-inclusive production and processing company. Mr. Croft holds extensive training in multiple technical and supervisory field roles, including experience in design and product engineering. Mr. Croft provides strategic leadership, management, and the vision necessary to ensure CROFT has the proper operational control, administration, and procedures in place.
Charlese Sparks
Research And Development Engineer @Croft Production Systems
Charlese Sparks graduated from the University of Houston with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology in 2010. During her engineering education she was an intern with Worley Parson joining fulltime after graduation. She joined CROFT’s Engineering Team in 2020, with an initiative to lead R&D of CROFT products and services. Charlese expertise and guidance include improving on multiple oil and gas initiatives, plus CROFT’s technology advancements by implementing the latest R&D techniques in product-service integration, along with natural gas processing technologies.