State of California AIR RESOURCES BOARD Public Hearing on the Feasibility of Converting All Gasoline Powered Motor Vehicles in the South Coast Air Basin to Use Gaseous Fuels August 17-18, 1972 Starting at 9:30 a.m., August 17 Room 1138, Junipero Serra Building 107 South Broadway Los Angeles, CA AGENDA I. Opening Statement A.J. Haagen-Smit Chairman Air Resources Board II. The Riverside Proposal Ben Lewis, Mayor City of Riverside III. The Proposal of Environmental Quality Laboratory, Cal Tech Lester Lees IV. Comments from LAAPCD Robert Chass V. Converting or Manufacturing Gasoline Vehicles to Use Gaseous Fuel. 1. Conversion System Manufacturers a. Golden Hullinger - Marvel-Schebler/Tillotson, Division of Borg Warner Corp. b. Robert Reifschneider - Manchester Tank & Equipment Company. c. Richard Reed - Vice President in charge of Marketing, Brencaar Enterprises. 2. Automobile Manufacturers a. George Lacy - Chrysler Corporation b. Dr. Wayne Brehave - Ford Motor Company 3. Fleet Operators a. John Davidson - Vice President, Yellow Cab Company of California b. Elton Grammes - President of Calif. Taxicab Owners Association c. Ronald B. Davis - President West Coast Transportation Company d. Tony Barrial - Director of Maintenance, West coast Transportation Company VI. Fuels - Supply, Distribution and Marketing 1. Bureau of Mines 2. Stanford Research Institute - Stanford Field and John Patrick Henry 3. Suppliers of Gaseous Fuels a. C.E. Smith - President, Trans-World Gas Systems, Inc. b. Carson L. Angle - Vangas, Inc. c. G.S. Cuming - Vice President and General Council, El Paso Natural Gas Company d. John G. Keller - Western Oil & Gas Association e. John Hopkins - Vice President in charge of Marketing, Union Oil Company f. Reine J. Corbeil - Southern California Gas, Pacific Lighting Service Co., Dual Fuel Systems Inc. VII. Fuel Requirements of Utilities Representatives of Public Utilities a. H. Seaman and D.J. Fogarty - Vice Presidents, Southern California Edison Company b. Mr. Sonderbig and Mr. Yamamoto - Los Angeles Dept. of Water and Power VIII. General Interest 1. Automobile Clubs - Louis J. Bintz - Manager of automotive Engineering Dept., Automobile Club of Southern California 2. Department of Public Works - Mr. George Hill - Assistant State Highway Engineer 3. Chambers of Commerce 4. University of California at Riverside - Dr. Stevens 5. Governmental Agencies a. Mr. George Milias, Deputy Regional Administrative, EPA, Region IX b. Others IX. Remarks from the Audience.