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Report Describes Joint Opportunities for Natural Gas and Hydrogen Vehicles

Sandia National Laboratories, supported by the DOE’s Vehicle Technologies and Fuel Cell Technologies Offices, recently released the workshop report “Transitioning the Transportation Sector: Exploring the Intersection of Hydrogen Fuel Cell and Natural Gas Vehicles.” Held in September 2014, the workshop considered common opportunities and challenges in expanding the use of hydrogen and natural gas as […]

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Ryder Launches NGV Training Program across North America

On Wednesday, Ryder announced that it has launched a new online NGV maintenance training program for its entire North American maintenance network. Over 6,000 maintenance and service employees across Ryder’s 800 maintenance facilities will be trained on NGV technology. The program will provide the company’s technician workforce with knowledge of all NGV platforms and configurations. […]

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Arizona Transit Authority Deploys Five New CNG Buses

The City of Tucson and Sun Tran will introduce five new Sun Tran 35-foot-long CNG buses into its fleet this week. The new buses achieve the livability goals of the City of Tucson by helping improve air quality in the region. Although the five buses will replace 14-year-old CNG-fueled buses, the new buses employ a […]

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Houston’s Freedom CNG Approved to Construct Station for Metro Fleet

Freedom CNG has received approval from the Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County’s (METRO) board of directors to break ground on its third fast-fill CNG fueling station in Houston, Texas. The project will be realized in cooperation with CenterPoint Energy Services (CES) and the Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) to further encourage the local use of […]

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Trillium CNG to Construct Station for RNG Project in California

On Monday, Trillium CNG announced it has signed a letter of agreement with the Monterey Regional Waste Management District in California to build, own and operate a new CNG refueling station to power the district’s CNG refuse trucks. The station will be built at the Monterey Regional Environmental Park located in Marina, California. By mid-2016, […]

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Hexagon Produces Higher Capacity Tank for Heavy Duty Fleets

On Tuesday, Hexagon Lincoln announced it has produced its largest capacity and lightest weight vehicle tank to date. The new 27 in. diameter tank is featured in Agility’s 160 DGE Behind-the-Cab CNG system that was introduced at the North American Natural Gas Vehicle Conference & Expo last November. Hexagon Lincoln has received orders valued at […]

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Applied LNG Signs Agreement to Purchase Biomethane

On Wednesday, Applied LNG announced that it has signed an agreement to purchase biomethane from BP Energy Company. BP will supply Applied LNG with biogas from waste landfill sites that produce methane as a byproduct. Applied LNG will use the biogas to produce LNG at its liquefaction facility in Topock, Arizona, that will be sold […]

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Rolls-Royce to Deliver Spain’s First Dedicated Gas Marine Engine

Rolls-Royce has signed a collaboration agreement with Spanish energy company Gas Natural Fenosa to develop and install a dedicated Bergen engine aboard a ferry operated by Baleària. The contract gives Rolls-Royce its first reference for a pure-gas engine installation on a European-flagged ferry operating outside of Norwegian waters. The ROPAX ferry, delivered in 2010 from […]

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Wärtsilä and Cryonorm to Develop Advanced LNGPac Fuel System

On Monday, an agreement was reached between Wärtsilä and Cryonorm Systems BV, the Netherlands based developer and supplier of cryogenic vaporizers, to form a consortium to deliver LNG systems for the Inland Waterway (IWW) European market. The main aim of this cooperation is to create a standard LNG fuel system for inland waterway vessels that […]

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