Agreement to facilitate the conversion of 1.000 vehicles in Trinidad and Tobago
An important step has been taken to facilitate conversion of up to 1.000 Government-owned vehicles to compressed natural gas (CNG) over a two year period in Trinidad and Tobago.
Over 400 new NGV fueled buses to hit Bangkok roads
The Bangkok Mass Transit Authority (BMTA), Thailand, announced that it will add 489 new natural gas fueled buses to its fleet by the end of the year.
Eni and Egypt to reduce natural gas use in power generation to encourage NGVs
The Italian oil company Eni said it has reached agreements with the Egyptian authorities to implement projects in the field of renewable energy, in order to promote reduced use of natural gas in electricity generation.
Tournai introduces its first two natural gas vehicles
The fleet of the Belgian city of Tournai has entered a new era. Days ago, Mayor Rudy Demotte launched the first two natural gas powered vehicles: a bus and a van.
Scania promotes environmentally friendly fuels in Mexico
Scania participated in the forum "Green Alternatives - Sustainable Cities", where the company had closer ties with the governments of the City of Mexico and Morelos to boost the use of alternative public transport friendly to the environment.
Madrileña Red de Gas gets award for promoting NGV
The Spanish distributor Madrileña Red de Gas has been awarded the "Go Green" award in the category of energy efficiency by the Madrid City Council to promote good practices in sustainable mobility since 2007.
Biomethane Volkswagen Up of All-gas project exhibited
The Spanish City of Jerez celebrates the fifth edition of the Fair of Sustainable Mobility this year, so part of the 2.363 cities that have joined the initiative of the European Mobility Week, which this year bears the motto "Intelligent Mobility.
Kerala Urban Road Transport Corporation inks deal for CNG buses
The Kerala Urban Road Transport Corporation (KURTC) has joined hands with a German bank to introduce 786 pollution-free buses running on compressed natural gas (CNG) by next year.
U.S. Senator introduces bill to encourage use of natural gas vehicles
US Senator Bill Cassidy, MD (R-LA) introduced the Natural Gas Truck Parity Act of 2016, a bi-partisan and bi-cameral bill, in the US Senate.
Madrid has the first delivery vehicle fueled by natural gas
The efforts of Madrid and the company SEUR to reduce pollution in the city has gone a step further with the introduction of the first delivery vehicle converted from diesel to compressed natural gas (CNG) in Spain.
Iveco delivers first LNG powered long-haul truck in Germany
Pierre Lahutte, Iveco Brand President and Rainer Bomba, State Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, hands over keys for first liquefied natural gas (LNG) powered truck in Germany.
E.T Santa Catalina modernizes its fleet with 30 CNG buses
In order to achieve the goals set by the board, the Empresa de Transportes Santa Catalina S.A. sponsored a first batch of 22 buses fueled by natural gas that will join its fleet in Lima, Peru.
Volkswagen Caddy powered by natural gas in Spain
Volkswagen goes to the 3rd edition of the Commercial Vehicle Meeting of the Madrid town of Coslada with its versatile and innovative range of models for professional transport.
U.K. grid-injected biomethane industry receives boost
The nascent U.K. biomethane industry has received a boost by being recognized as a valid method for a business to reduce its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Evo Morales received the donation of a natural gas truck from Gazprom
President Evo Morales attended the delivery ceremony of a truck powered by natural gas from the Russian company Gazprom, in the city of Santa Cruz.
Huelva takes the lead in the LNG plan for ships
The project to supply liquefied natural gas (LNG) for vessels gave one of the first tangible steps in Huelva, Spain, with a meeting sponsored by Enagas and Repsol, which brought together 40 professionals from companies of all the world.
NGV is more competitive than other fuels in Brazil
Of the 16 states that make up the study of the Brazilian Association of Piped Gas Distributors (Abegás), which took place in the second half of August, 14 recorded a saving equal to or greater than 50% compared to ethanol.
Tribunal asks Uttar Pradesh and Haryana installing more CNG stations
The National Green Tribunal asked Uttar Pradesh and Haryana governments to mull over the possibility of installing compressed natural gas (CNG) filling stations in the National Capital Region (NCR).
Petronet bets on LNG as fuel to meet transportation needs
Petronet LNG Ltd is betting big on the usage of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a fueling option to meet India’s transportation requirements, Prabhat Singh, Managing Director & CEO, PLL, said.
PitPoint adds new CNG station to its Dutch network
Dutch green energy provider PitPoint is doing its best to make compressed natural gas (CNG) and compressed biomethane (renewable natural gas – RNG) more available throughout the Netherlands and Belgium.
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