Recognized as the "Bus Expert" in China, Chongqing-based Hengtong Bus has accumulated rich experience in the production of compressed natural gas (CNG) powered buses since its first product of this kind rolled out in 1960.
A project pending in the House of Representatives establishes rules on the use of biogas for the generation, transportation, filtration, storage and generation of electricity, thermal and vehicular energy.
During the first half of 2014, a total of 9.691 conversions were performed in Colombia, representing an increase of 17% compared to 8.307 conversions made in the same period last year, reported Gas Natural Fenosa.
Fortis Inc. is pushing ahead with a C$ 400 million (USD 370.4 million) expansion of its Tilbury liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant in British Columbia, Canada, as the gas distributor looks to meet growing domestic demand for the super-chilled fuel.
The German Energy Agency industry barometer provides information on the latest data and trends in the biomethane market twice a year. This edition focuses on the effects of the reform of the Renewable Energy Sources Act.
Basque Government, through the Basque Energy Board, has approved aid worth 1.5 million euros for the renewal of fleets of transport and installation of fleet management systems as GPS and technology systems to improve fuel management.
In 2012 DNV presented its Shipping 2020 publication predicting 1000 vessels sailing on liquefied natural gas (LNG) by 2020. Now DNV GL, the world’s largest classification society, still believes this will be the case.
Companhia Paranaense de Gas (Compagas), responsible for the distribution of natural gas in the Brazilian state of Paraná, negotiates with some filling stations the distribution of natural gas for vehicles (NGV) in Maringa.
President Evo Morales said the government manages the construction of new filling stations for compressed natural gas (CNG) in the grounds of the Armed Forces, in order to meet the demand of the population, mainly in the city of La Paz.
Gazprom Germania and Hafen-Entwicklungs-gesellschaft Rostock mbH have signed a memorandum of understanding on the development, marketing and usage of LNG in road transport and shipping in the German state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.
The ongoing LNG Blue Corridors project has recently made substantial progress on its way to establish a sustainable transport network for Europe as the first three LNG filling stations have been opened.
In order to offer a more efficient and low emission alternative for mobility, Gas Natural Fenosa proposes to convert the 4.5 million vehicles in the Federal District of Mexico to compressed natural gas (CNG).
The Spanish Gas Association (Sedigas) urges the Spanish government to encourage the use of natural gas vehicles (NGV) in Spain as an investment in future to improve the environment in the Spanish cities and reduce noise.