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Thirty six CNG stations opened in NCR and neighboring towns
About 36 new compressed natural gas (CNG) refueling stations in the National Capital Region of Delhi and neighboring towns were inaugurated this week by Dharmendra Pradhan, Indian Minister of State Petroleum and Natural Gas.
EU approves funds for LNG bunkering infrastructure in Baltic Sea
The Baltic Ports Organization has received approval for its Green InfraPort project, which will see the development of LNG bunkering infrastructure and scrubber waste reception facilities at Baltic ports.
Mexican ambassador uses CNG vehicle in India
Mexican ambassador Melba Maria Pria Olavarrieta is transported in an auto rickshaw that uses compressed natural gas (CNG) as fuel.
European Biogas Association calls for EU-wide biogas policy
The European Biogas Association (EBA) has called for EU-wide sustainability rules for bioenergy used for power and heat to support the internal biogas market.
CNG consumption up by almost 50% in the Czech Republic
In 2015, compressed natural gas (CNG) consumption in transport in the Czech Republic climbed to a record 43.59 million cubic meters. The year-on-year growth was therefore 45.7%, 10% faster than in the preceding year.
First LNG dual fuel RTG crane at the Port of Livorno
Ecomotive Solutions was recently a key player in the Sea Terminals project through the dual-fuel conversion of a vehicle used to move goods at the Port of Livorno, Italy.
Trans-Fer tests CNG trucks in the French region of Brittany
Trans-Fer, a subsidiary of the French group Montmur, is testing an Iveco Stralis Hi-Road truck powered by natural gas for deliveries to end customers in the Brittany region.
ENGIE to promote natural gas as a fuel for trucks in Europe by 2020
ENGIE has decided to invest nearly 100 million from now on to 2020 in the setup of compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquefied natural gas (LNG) stations for filling up the European fleets of trucks with natural gas and biogas.
U.S. PennDOT announces plan to build CNG fueling stations statewide
PennDOT announced that it has selected Trillium CNG to build compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling stations at 29 transportation authority sites around the state.
Canadian ferry operator awards LNG conversion contracts
BC Ferries has announced that Remontowa Ship Repair Yard S.A. has been awarded a $140 million contract complete mid-life upgrades on the company's two Spirit-Class vessels, including the LNG conversion of both ships.
First Spanish driving school to bet on NGVs
Autoescuela Gala of Madrid has become the first company in road training to opt for the use of natural gas in their vehicles, against diesel, which account for almost one hundred percent of the fleets of driving schools in Spain.
Transcaribe starts commercial operation fueled by natural gas
With nine stations began commercial operation of the Mass Transit System of Cartagena, called Transcaribe. Its natural gas vehicle fuel reduces 58% of nitrous oxide emissions, the main pollutant of the environment.
German LNG task force defines work priorities
The task force for introducing liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the German market for use as a fuel defined its work priorities for 2016 at a meeting in Berlin.
Korean scientists develop hydrogen and CNG engine for the first time
Korean scientists has succeeded in developing a hydrogen and compressed natural gas (HCNG) engine, which fulfills European emission regulations for diesel engines (Euro 6) for the first time in the world.
Fiat and GRDF come together to promote and develop NGVs in France
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) joined the French company Gaz Reseau Distribution France (GRDF) to promote and develop natural gas powered vehicles in the country.
U.S. Senator makes case to EPA for NGVs to be considered in Volkswagen settlement agreement
Senator Jim Inhofe delivered a letter to EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy, detailing how the EPA should incorporate natural gas vehicles into remediation efforts when investigating the Volkswagen diesel emissions issue.
Portuguese NGV industry defends the benefits of gaseous fuel
The Portuguese Natural Gas Vehicles Association (APVGN) issued a press release decrying the accusations made by the National Association of Nature Conservation (Quercus) against the gaseous fuel for its many inaccuracies and confusions.
Canadian Gas Association welcomes federal budget support for natural gas
The Canadian Gas Association (CGA) is very pleased that the federal budget "Growing the Middle Class" includes a number of initiatives that recognize the role that natural gas and the natural gas delivery industry can play.
Gazprom and PetroVietnam discuss LNG and NGV development
A Gazprom delegation, lead by the Deputy Chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee, Vitaly Markelov, has visited Vietnam to discuss cooperation in liquefied natural gas (LNG) and natural gas vehicles (NGV).
United Kingdom unveils first high-pressure grid connected CNG station
CNG Fuels, in partnership with National Grid, has unveiled a new state-of-the-art filling station in Leyland, Lancashire, allowing vehicles to fill up on compressed natural gas (CNG), directly from the high-pressure local transmission system.
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