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How Will Natural Gas Continue to Decarbonize Transportation? – Listen Now to NGI’s Hub and Flow

How Will Natural Gas Continue to Decarbonize Transportation? – Listen Now to NGI’s Hub and Flow

Click here to listen to the latest episode of NGI’s Hub & Flow podcast. NGI’s Morgan Evans, associate editor, sits down with NGI Senior Analyst Josten Mavez to explore the past, present and future of natural gas vehicles (NGV) in the U.S. market and decarbonization strategy.  Three decades ago, it appeared NGVs would take the…

April 24, 2023
Clean Energy, Tourmaline Building Out Canada CNG Fueling Network

Clean Energy, Tourmaline Building Out Canada CNG Fueling Network

Canada’s top natural gas producer, Tourmaline Oil Corp., has inked an agreement with Clean Energy Fuels Corp. to build out a network of compressed natural gas (CNG) stations in Western Canada.  As part of the joint development agreement, California-based Clean Energy and Tourmaline would each contribute $26.2 million to construct up to 20 CNG stations…

April 20, 2023
NGVs and RNG Set to Make Inroads Across Heavy-duty Truck Fleets

NGVs and RNG Set to Make Inroads Across Heavy-duty Truck Fleets

Heavy-duty fleet owners will likely continue to embrace natural gas vehicle (NGV) conversions in 2022, predicted the head of trade association NGVAmerica.

January 21, 2022
Clean Energy Inks RNG Transit Supply Pact, while Orlando, FL, Assessing Fuel Savings in Adsorbed NatGas Pilot

Clean Energy Inks RNG Transit Supply Pact, while Orlando, FL, Assessing Fuel Savings in Adsorbed NatGas Pilot

Clean Energy Fuels Corp. has signed a fuel supply agreement to provide renewable natural gas (RNG) to the nation’s largest public transit bus fleet at the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LA Metro). The Newport Beach, CA-based operator agreed to provide an estimated 47.5 million gallons of RNG for the 2,400-bus fleet as part…

March 3, 2021
Fortistar Partnering on Florida RNG Project to Fuel NGVs

Fortistar Partnering on Florida RNG Project to Fuel NGVs

Fortistar President Mark Comora is sticking to his guns to ramp up additional renewable natural gas (RNG) projects, with a new Florida project to fuel natural gas vehicles (NGV). Comora’s privately owned investment firm is partnering with solid landfill waste operator New River Solid Waste Association (NRSWA) to construct a facility that would capture and…

December 28, 2020
NGV Boosters Seeking Neutral Tailpipe Emission Standards

NGV Boosters Seeking Neutral Tailpipe Emission Standards

Ford Motor Co. is calling for major automakers to align with California’s stringent tailpipe emission standards, with a natural gas vehicle (NGV) trade organization cautioning that potential standards that could come during the Biden administration should not favor one technology over another. On Tuesday, Ford President Kumar Galhotra asked automakers to support the California fuel…

December 3, 2020
Sempra Utilities Ready Plan to Mix Hydrogen into Natural Gas Systems

Sempra Utilities Ready Plan to Mix Hydrogen into Natural Gas Systems

Sempra Energy’s two California utilities have formed a demonstration program aimed at mixing hydrogen into their natural gas distribution pipeline systems. Calling it a first for the state, Southern California Gas Co. and San Diego Gas and Electric Co. plan to use surplus renewable power supplies to produce hydrogen that would be mixed into the…

November 30, 2020
Mexico’s Residential, Vehicular Natural Gas Segments Remain Largely Untapped, Experts Say

Mexico’s Residential, Vehicular Natural Gas Segments Remain Largely Untapped, Experts Say

Mexico’s natural gas market presents numerous growth opportunities, including the largely untapped residential and vehicular segments, a panel of experts agreed Friday. The discussion was part of the Encuentro Internacional de Energía México 2020 event organized by Oil & Gas Magazine. Ricardo Ortiz Hernández, a board member of the Asociación Mexicana de Gas Natural (AMGN),…

November 23, 2020
California NGVs Said to Achieve Carbon Negative Intensity

California NGVs Said to Achieve Carbon Negative Intensity

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) said its measurement of renewable natural gas vehicle (NGV) portfolios earlier this year showed their carbon intensity was less than zero under the statewide low carbon fuels standard (LCFS).* In 2Q2020 data recently released, CARB said the renewable NGV fuel mix achieved a carbon negative status, marking a first for…

November 17, 2020
Europe RNG Production Sprinting Past North America

Europe RNG Production Sprinting Past North America

Eighteen nations in Europe collectively are ahead of North America in adopting production sites for renewable natural gas (RNG), or biomethane, with growth rising 51% in the past two years, according to the Natural Gas Vehicle (NGV) America trade organization. A study earlier this year by the American Gas Association (AGA) Foundation reported 110 RNG…

July 29, 2020
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