National Fuel Gas Co.’s (NFG) exploration and production subsidiary, Seneca Resources Corp., said President Matthew D. Cabell will retire on May 1. Cabell joined Seneca in 2006 with 26 years of experience working in the energy industry. John P. McGinnis, who currently serves as Seneca’s chief operating officer, has been appointed the company’s new president. McGinnis joined the company as senior vice president in 2007. Other executive management changes, which will take effect Feb. 1, include the appointment of John R. Pustulka as chief operating officer of NFG and David Bauer as president of subsidiary National Fuel Gas Supply Corp. Bauer would continue to serve as treasurer and principal financial officer of NFG. Carl M. Carlotti also has been named president of National Fuel Gas Distribution Corp. He replaces Anna Marie Cellino, who retires Feb. 1. Carlotti joined the utility in 1985 and has been senior vice president since 2007.
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Natural gas will remain an attractive transportation fuel alternative to diesel for medium- and heavy-duty vehicles, and global sales of natural gas vehicles (NGV) will reach 35 million by 2025, according to a report released by Boulder, CO-based Navigant Research.
A Native American Indian tribe is challenging in court support by Tacoma, WA, and its port authority for Puget Sound Energy (PSE) to develop a $275 million liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility to store customer supply and marine fuel.
Natural gas vehicle (NGV) engine technology provider Vancouver, BC-based Westport Innovations Inc. and Des Plaines, IL-based Gas Technology Institute (GTI) have received a total of $900,000 from two California sources to pursue advances in Westport’s enhanced spark ignited (ESI) natural gas engine.
The five-year surface transportation bill (FAST Act) has been passed by both houses of Congress and carries some important provisions for advancing the use of natural gas vehicles (NGV), according to the Washington, DC-based NGVAmerica trade group, which lobbied hard for the provisions.
California officials are encouraging alternative fuel fleets, including those switching to renewable natural gas (RNG), to take advantage of the low carbon fuel standard (LCFS) and cap-and-trade program created under the state’s 2006 climate change law (AB 32).
Ryder Systems Inc. has agreed to provide renewable natural gas (RNG) at two of its Southern California fueling stations operated by Newport Beach, CA-based Clean Energy Fuels Corp.