SEAT and Gas Natural Fenosa began their joint supply of natural gas vehicles in the Basque Country. A total of six SEAT dealers will have spaces designed to test driving of the Spanish brand cars powered by natural gas of the energy company.
The sixth annual Rally on Earth from Vidreres, Spain, was disputed with the participation of the EPM Gas Motorsport team. The test, which was scoring for the Catalan championship rallies, consisted of a total of 136.7 Km.
Funded by the Seventh Framework Programme of the European Union, within the Action Research for the benefit of SMEs, the project is to develop a technology capable of reducing the high oxygen content of gas from renewable resources.
Jean-Jacques Guillet, President of the Gas and Electricity Intercommunal Union from the Ile-de-France, member of the Hauts-de-Seine, welcomed the inclusion of natural gas vehicle in the list of clean vehicles under the law on energy transition.
After having proposed President Evo Morales the total elimination of the fuel subsidy, the National Confederation of Cooperatives of Bolivia (Concobol) suggested investing USD 600 million for the purchase of original natural gas vehicles.
Argos will be the first retailer in the United Kingdom to employ ultra low emission trucks when it takes delivery of five Scania vehicles fueled by CNG at the end of this year as part of the government's two-year Low Carbon Truck Trial.
PNOC-Exploration Corp. (PNOC-EC) targets the commercial operations of two compressed natural gas (CNG) refilling stations within next year, an official from the Philippine Energy Department said in a recent interview.
The vehicle fleet is responsible for up to 95 percent of carbon monoxide emitted into the atmosphere, so the challenge for Mexico is to seek the best method to ensure environmental welfare without affecting the mobility of the city.
Logistics firm LC3, which specialises in temperature-controlled transport and container trucks, is buying 50 Iveco Stralis LNG (liquefied natural gas) Euro 6 trucks, just weeks after the first five were put on the road.
Indonesian state energy company Pertamina plans to build 150 stations that provide compressed natural gas (CNG) at a cost of USD 125 million, as it seeks to get more vehicle owners to use the alternative type of fuel.