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GTI, EPRI Partner on $100M Initiative to Develop Natural Gas Alternatives

GTI, EPRI Partner on $100M Initiative to Develop Natural Gas Alternatives

Supported by U.S. natural gas and electric utilities, two industry research centers are collaborating on a $100 million effort to develop alternatives to natural gas. The national Low-Carbon Resources Initiative is being shaped and implemented by researchers at the Gas Technology Institute (GTI) and the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI). Their goal is to bring…

August 13, 2020
Natural Gas, Alternative Fuels Use for Truck Fleets Said Accelerating

Natural Gas, Alternative Fuels Use for Truck Fleets Said Accelerating

Alternative fuels use in medium- and heavy-duty vehicles is accelerating in nearly all U.S. transportation sectors, according to a new report. The Sustainable Fleets Report issued Tuesday was completed by a consortium headed by consultants Gladstein, Neandross & Associates (GNA).  The study looked at natural gas vehicles (NGV), propane, battery electric vehicles (BEV) and hydrogen…

August 12, 2020

Ultra Petroleum’s Largest Shareholder Exploring ‘Strategic Alternatives’

Months after it restructured and emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings, Ultra Petroleum Corp.’s largest shareholder has hired an investment bank to explore “value-maximizing strategic alternatives” for the company.

September 21, 2017

Commenters Argue For Alternative North Slope Gasline Route, LNG Plant Site

Proving that plans to pipe Alaska North Slope natural gas to a liquefaction plant for global tanker export are far from a done deal, multiple commenters in the project’s FERC docket have said the natural gas pipeline should follow a different route and the liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant should be sited elsewhere than currently proposed.

February 14, 2017
DOE Offering Financial Support For Alternative Fuels

DOE Offering Financial Support For Alternative Fuels

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is offering up to $15 million in support for community-based alternative fuel transportation projects, including natural gas vehicle (NGV) programs.

December 28, 2016

Brief — Pennsylvania Grants

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has awarded more than $1.6 million to schools and businesses in the state for projects that will use alternative fuels and infrastructure. Ten grants were awarded, mostly for alternative fuel vehicle purchases and retrofits. Those include 41 propane-fueled buses for a school district in Montgomery County and 20 United Parcel Service trucks that will run on compressed natural gas. In all, 111 alternative fuel vehicles will be put into service through the grants and utilize seven new alternative fuel stations. The grant program remains open throughout 2016. Applications will be accepted until Dec. 30 for “innovative, advanced fuel and vehicle technology projects,” the agency said.

September 8, 2016
Marcellus-to-Southeast Takeaway Projects Hitting More Snags in WV, VA

Marcellus-to-Southeast Takeaway Projects Hitting More Snags in WV, VA

Two Appalachia-to-Southeast takeaway projects continue to encounter obstacles as they plot routes through rural stretches along the border between West Virginia and Virginia.

May 17, 2016
Marcellus-to-Southeast Takeaway Projects Hitting More Snags in WV, VA

Marcellus-to-Southeast Takeaway Projects Hitting More Snags in WV, VA

Two Appalachia-to-Southeast takeaway projects continue to encounter obstacles as they plot routes through rural stretches along the border between West Virginia and Virginia.

May 17, 2016

Corporate, Public Sectors Supporting Alternative Transportation Fuels

Corporate and government sector policymakers are gravitating toward increased use of alternative transportation fuels, including natural gas and renewable natural gas (RNG). The CEO of the nation’s largest gas utility said that in the years ahead all of the alternatives from electric vehicles (EV) to fuel cell technology will be needed.

May 9, 2016

Corporate, Public Sectors Supporting Alternative Transportation Fuels

Corporate and government sector policymakers are gravitating toward increased use of alternative transportation fuels, including natural gas and renewable natural gas (RNG). The CEO of the nation’s largest gas utility said that in the years ahead all of the alternatives from electric vehicles (EV) to fuel cell technology will be needed.

May 9, 2016
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