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…
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Energy distribution and services company UGI Corp.’s subsidiary UGI Energy Services LLC, headquartered in Wyomissing, PA, has completed the acquisition of Houston-based renewable natural gas (RNG) company GHI Energy LLC. GHI’s primary goal is to provide vehicle fleets with RNG through supply coordination from various national sources. GHI mainly markets RNG in California, where in…
Chevron Corp. announced Tuesday it is partnering with natural gas fueling retailer Clean Energy Fuels Corp. to provide truck operators in the Long Beach and Los Angeles Ports with renewable natural gas (RNG), a carbon-negative alternative fuel for fleets. Three years ago, commissions overseeing the Long Beach and Los Angeles Ports, the nation’s busiest handling…
A major freight hauler operating in two Southern California ports plans to use natural gas vehicle (NGV) engines fueled with renewable natural gas (RNG) as part of an emissions reduction initiative.
Cummins Westport’s new ultra-low emission heavy duty natural gas vehicle (NGV) engine has passed a series of “cleanliness” tests under various driving conditions.
After spending millions to promote alternative transportation fuels for the past decade, a California Energy Commission (CEC) staff plan released Wednesday reduced funding allocations for natural gas, but it still touted heavy duty applications when renewable natural gas (RNG) is the preferred fuel.
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s (LA Metro) governing board on Thursday voted to purchase 295 40-foot compressed natural gas (CNG) buses that would be fueled by renewable natural gas (RNG), or biomethane. The action follows increased calls for more transportation options by the state’s elected officials and climate change advocates.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is offering up to $15 million in support for community-based alternative fuel transportation projects, including natural gas vehicle (NGV) programs.
Los Angeles suburb Torrance has inked a multi-year contract for the renewable version of compressed natural gas (CNG) from Clean Energy Fuels Corp. the past supplier of fuel for the city’s natural gas vehicle (NGV) city fleet.
A five-year-old Boston-based firm dedicated to taking compressed natural gas (CNG) to large customers beyond the traditional pipeline grid, Xpress Natural Gas (XNG) has opened a CNG supply facility southwest of Seattle within easy reach of the state capital at Olympia and Interstate Highway 5.