Algeria expand compressed natural gas for public transport
The Government has launched a campaign to promote the use of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and generalize compressed natural gas (CNG) as fuel for public transport in big cities.
New opportunities for natural gas in Latin America
A report on the main engines of development of natural gas in Latin America and the Caribbean is revealed.
Toluca inaugurates its first station for natural gas vehicles
With an investment of 100 million pesos (USD 5.6 million), the private initiative launched in Toluca the first natural gas refueling station for vehicles, mainly destined for taxis circulating daily in the capital and surrounding municipalities.
Nationalization of YPFB increased CNG conversions in 722%
The General Director of the Implementing Entity for NGV Conversion of Bolivia (EEC-GNV) reported that the nationalization of hydrocarbons, promulgated on May 1, 2006, allowed the increase of the natural gas vehicles transformation in 722%.
Gas Natural Fenosa promotes natural gas use in transport
Mobility Solutions Director addressed several relevant issues in defending this type of fuel, including cost reduction and decrease in the emission of gases into the atmosphere.
Ministry asks to hire only CNG vehicles in New Delhi
Environment Ministry has written to all ministries and central government departments located in the Indian national capital to hire only compressed natural gas (CNG) fueled vehicles.
First CNG refueling station inaugurated in Wallonia
The first Wallonia’s compressed natural gas filling station (CNG) was inaugurated in Gosselies (Charleroi-Belgium) by DATS 24, a subsidiary of Colruyt group, in collaboration with the energy supplier Ores.
Jinhong Gas new ventures into LNG for transport
Suzhou Jinhua Runze Energy Co. Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the leading local gas company Suzhou Jinhong Gas Co. Ltd, in Jiangsu province in Eastern China, has recently opened its first CNG/LNG filling station.
Natural gas conversion program for taxis in Mexico City
Environmental Commission of the Megalopolis announced that will release a program in the coming weeks, for which it is already working with the union of taxi drivers, to convert the first 10.000 vehicles to natural gas in Mexico City.
Low-carbon fuels and vehicle efficiency will cut road transport CO2 emissions
Global road transportation accounts for a sixth of all global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions -- and its share is rising, making it a key target for emission cuts to fight climate change.
Colombian Gazel hopes to convert 4.000 vehicles in Antioquia
Gazel sees with good eyes the panorama of Colombian gas sector amid a situation of high prices and regulatory volatility. The growing demand expands challenges for the company.
First CNG powered bus in Trinidad and Tobago
The Trinidad and Tobago Society for the Hearing Impaired (DRETCHI) acquired the country’s first compressed natural gas (CNG) bus. The announcement was made at a press conference hosted at Diamond Motors on Port-of-Spain.
ENGIE signs agreement with Antwerp Port Authority to supply liquefied gas
ENGIE has announced that it has signed a 30-year concession agreement with the Antwerp Port Authority for the development of an alternative energy hub at quays 526 and 528 at the port.
First natural gas double decker buses for the United Kingdom
Reading Buses are set to be the first bus company in the world running double decker buses powered by compressed natural gas (CNG) from a biomethane source.
Mexican automotive companies in search of cleaner transport
City bus manufacturers in Mexico joined his voice to speak for cleaner and more efficient vehicles in order to contribute to a better quality of life for the inhabitants of the country.
Huge potential for biomethane in the UK transport
A new report from the Renewable Energy Association (REA) indicates a huge potential to use more renewable gaseous fuels such as biomethane in transport.
Transportes INLAGRI acquires five LNG-powered Iveco Stralis
The Spanish company has opted for Iveco to expand its fleet with the acquisition of five new units of its Stralis heavy vehicle powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG).
La Poste takes delivery of its first CNG vehicle from Renault Trucks
On 18 April, Renault Trucks handed over the keys of a Renault Trucks D WIDE CNG vehicle to La Poste at its Rungis depot. This is the first truck running on compressed natural gas (CNG) to be acquired by La Poste.
New technology center for gaseous fuels in Abu Dhabi
The “Technology Center for Gaseous Fuels” (TCGF) was founded early 2016 as part of the activities of IvS (Ingenieurbüro van Schoonhoven) in Abu Dhabi.
Rolande LNG opens fifth LNG fueling station
Dutch company Rolande LNG said it has recently expanded its liquefied natural gas (LNG) fuelling stations network. According to a company’s statement, the fifth station in Rolande LNG’s network was opened in Nieuwegein.
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