A southwest link between Los Angeles and Houston on what is billed as “America’s Natural Gas Highway” has been established with the opening of a fueling station in El Paso, TX, according to fuel supplier and station developer Clean Energy Fuels Corp. of Newport Beach, CA.
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So far June has turned up the heat on the use of natural gas as a transportation fuel with a merger in the compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling sector and additional production capacity for a transportation supplier of liquefied natural gas (LNG).
Heading into a major alternative clean fuel transportation convention early in May in Southern California, the push for building out natural gas vehicle (NGV) fueling infrastructure is being continued by two of the nation’s leading NGV fueling providers. Along the way, use of compressed natural gas (CNG) keeps growing.
Three former executives in Chesapeake Energy's now discontinued natural gas vehicle (NGV) efforts have passed the six-month mark in the formation of a new NGV transportation company, Sparq Natural Gas LLC, which is focusing on infrastructure development on a regional basis.
A natural gas transportation infrastructure developer, Utah-based Blu LNG, has reduced its workforce and cut back operations for at least the first half of this year, awaiting the full rollout of the Cummins 15-liter engine, which has been delayed.
Compressed natural gas (CNG) made more noise this month with advances in fueling technology, engines and the transit system in Phoenix, AZ, while AGL Resources liquefied natural gas (LNG) transportation fuel marketing expanded into Florida.
As part of a new year’s sprint along America’s Natural Gas Highway, the first liquefied natural gas (LNG) fueling station in Florida has opened, according to California-based Clean Energy Fuels Corp., which announced several other natural gas transportation advancements on Wednesday.
While advancements in fueling infrastructure and technology for natural gas vehicles (NGV) are expected to continue this year, one analyst also expects growing competition globally for fuel and vehicles to support an accelerated shift to NGV use in places like China.
Liquefied natural gas (LNG) is the preferred alternative fuel for over-the-road trucks, compared to compressed natural gas (CNG), according to California-based Clean Energy Fuels Corp., which supplies both LNG and CNG to customers.
Colorado plans to use a $30 million Federal Highway Administration congestion mitigation and air quality grant to open 30 new compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling stations and access up to 1,000 additional natural gas vehicles (NGV).