NG Advantage LLC has added APC Paper Co. Inc. to its list of customers switching to natural gas despite not being connected to gas pipelines, the Milton, VT-based company said.
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The compressed natural gas (CNG) sector has seen no shortage of supporters, with continuing interest in new fleet orders, technology advancements in fuel tank design and governmental/utility initiatives, as witnessed at the recent Alternative Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo in Washington, DC.
Reminding the public of the benefits of clean-burning natural gas derived from Pennsylvania shale development, Pennsylvania oil and gas industry organizations have rolled out a one-minute commercial video titled “Natural gas does that.”
Separate reports confirmed the competitiveness of natural gas as a transportation fuel, with the price of compressed natural gas (CNG) maintaining a strong pricing edge over gasoline, diesel and other alternative fuels. At the same time, liquefied natural gas (LNG) is expanding its potential transportation options to include rail.
A national trucking fleet has landed a Pennsylvania state grant for nearly $500,000 to support its development of a compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station in Beaver County, while Waco, TX-based Central Freight Lines Inc. recently purchased 100 CNG Freightliners trucks.
The appetite for natural gas has extended into areas without extensive pipeline networks through trucking the fuel in the form of compressed natural gas (CNG). It is becoming a growing business, particularly for large industrial businesses.