Biomethane, Hydrogen Advances Help Clear the Air

Nearly half of the natural gas used in transportation in California last year was renewable natural gas (RNG), or biomethane, and the overall volumes of fuel for natural gas vehicles (NGV) have been increasing at the rate of 250% annually for the past three years, according to a recent report from the California Air Resources Board (CARB).

April 25, 2016

Initiative Aims to Ready NatGas Infrastructure For Hydrogen Injection

Natural gas is often called a “bridge fuel” to cleaner energy production, but a researcher in the Netherlands believes that natural gas pipelines can be a bridge for the renewable gas hydrogen.

December 9, 2014

Forest Service Designates Corridors for Gas Production, Transmission

The Agriculture Department’s U.S. Forest Service has issued a record of decision (ROD) designating energy corridors in the West as preferred locations for oil and natural gas production, hydrogen pipelines and electricity transmission and distribution lines.

March 25, 2009

Transportation Notes

Westcoast reported completing repairs to the #10 sulfur train at its Fort Nelson Gas Plant and lifted the associated 5% Firm H2S (hydrogen sulfide) Overproduction Charge constraint at the start of Thursday’s gas day.

June 6, 2008

Map Details Preliminary Energy Corridors on Federal Lands

The four federal agencies preparing to designate energy corridors on Federal lands in 11 Western States for electricity transmission and oil, natural gas and hydrogen pipelines Friday released a map showing preliminary corridors.

June 12, 2006

BP Tops First-Ever Ranking on Climate-Change Strategies

BP plc, with long-term greenhouse gas reduction targets in place and plans to invest $8 billion in solar, wind, hydrogen and other clean-energy technologies in the next 10 years, received top scores among 100 companies that are working to develop climate-friendly technologies, according to Ceres, a Boston-based investor coalition.

March 22, 2006
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