RNG Producers Optimistic About Growth with Revised Biofuel Rules

RNG Producers Optimistic About Growth with Revised Biofuel Rules

Some North American renewable natural gas (RNG) operators are expecting a more favorable market for selling environmental credits after federal biofuel volume requirements were updated. Three of the largest domestic RNG operators said in their second quarter results that revamped rules issued in June by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) may help them improve…

August 16, 2023

North Dakota Alleges Saltwater Dumping by Trucking Firm

A Wyoming-based trucking company is facing potential fines of more than $1 million, and criminal charges against the driver of the truck for allegedly dumping saltwater from oil and gas operations in North Dakota’s Bakken Shale, according to the state Department of Mineral Resources (DMR).

April 17, 2014

Transportation Segments Partnering to Advance CNG

Several players in the transportation sector have joined forces to roll out advances in the natural gas vehicle (NGV) sector, particularly the use of compressed natural gas (CNG) among long-haul trucking vehicles.

August 5, 2013

Encana LNG Fueling Station Begins Operations

Encana Corp. has commissioned the Cavalier liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility in Alberta, considered one of the keys to bring higher volumes of natural gas to heavy-duty trucking and other fleets in Western Canada and elsewhere.

February 1, 2013

Oilsands Project Gets Green Light in Utah

The first oilsands project with longer term commercial possibilities in Utah has gotten approval to move forward from a citizen appeal board for the state Division of Oil, Gas and Mining (DOGM). It’s backers say it is the first commercial-scale oilsands project in the United States.

January 16, 2013

Advocate: Industry Can Kickstart NGV Use

Producing areas can lead the way in natural gas vehicle (NGV) use in their own backyard, building out from trucking corridors to include natural gas fueling for smaller vehicles.

February 15, 2012

GAO: Most Contaminants in Produced Water Occur Naturally

An estimated 56 million barrels of water are produced as a result of onshore oil and natural gas development everyday, and while the quality is poor, most of the contaminants occur naturally, according to a Government Accountability Office (GAO) report. Only some of the contaminants are added through drilling, hydraulic fracturing (fracking) and pumping oil and gas.

February 13, 2012

Murphy Sells Canadian Crude Assets

Murphy Oil Corp. has agreed to sell Houston-based Plains AllAmerican Pipeline LP its Canadian crude oil pipeline and truckingoperation for US$155 million, including inventory. The salereflects Murphy’s announcements recently to increase its upstreamcapital budget this year, targeting deepwater Gulf of Mexico andnortheastern British Columbia natural gas wells.

March 2, 2001