Encana Corp. has opened a compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station in Parachute, CO, its eighth North American fueling station since it began several years ago to actively integrate what it produces into its transportation and drilling rig units.
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U.S. growth in natural gas for transportation and the switch to natural gas from oil-based fuels by petrochemical companies are two big reasons that domestic oil demand isn’t growing, according to an analyst with Raymond James & Associates Inc.
Lauding General Motors Corp. and the Chrysler Group, Range Resources Corp. senior officials on Wednesday declared their fleet operations in Pennsylvania, Oklahoma and other states now operate almost entirely on natural gas.
Aided by a new state law, NW Natural is accelerating its initiative to expand the use and fueling infrastructure for natural gas vehicles (NGV), and CEO Gregg Kantor, speaking on a 2Q2013 earnings conference call Wednesday, said that there is a statewide interest in developing natural gas as a transportation fuel.
For those visionaries that want a clean transportation fuel without the additional vehicle and fueling infrastructure costs associated with natural gas vehicles, a small privately held New Jersey-based company, Primus Green Energy, wants to market natural gas-derived gasoline.
For those visionaries that want a “clean” transportation fuel without the additional vehicle and fueling infrastructure costs associated with natural gas vehicles, small privately held New Jersey-based Primus Green Energy is working to market natural gas-derived gasoline.
A unit of General Electric and natural gas vehicle (NGV) fuel supplier Clean Energy Fuels Corp. said Tuesday they will partner on the development of two liquefied natural gas (LNG) production/storage facilities to help fuel Clean Energy’s proposed national network for fueling long-haul trucking fleets with LNG.
Dallas-based natural gas vehicle (NGV) conversion company BAF Technologies has acquired Michigan-based automotive emissions control company ServoTech Engineering Inc., which will continue to operate under its current president as a BAF subsidiary. Terms of the acquisition were not released. Headed by Hamid Servati, ServoTech is a Ford Motor Co.-qualified calibration modifier. BAF was the first compressed natural gas converter recognized as Ford-qualified. ServoTech’s relationship with Ford should support BAF in developing engine calibrations more efficiently, enabling it ultimately to receive California and federal air quality approvals faster than in the past, according to BAF President John Bacon. BAF is a wholly owned subsidiary of Clean Energy Fuels Corp., a provider of fueling infrastructure and natural gas for NGVs.