Seoul to show green policies at environmental conference
Seoul City is gearing up to demonstrate its innovative and ambitious green policies to mark the opening of a global environment conference to highlight the city’s commitment to fighting climate change.
Mexico faces serious challenges against climate change
Mexico is one of the first four countries to present their commitments to the UN against the negative effects of climate change for 2020-2030. It involves the reduction of emissions of greenhouse gases.
26th World Gas Conference set to tackle urgent energy challenges
As one of the industry’s most important gatherings, the event has already attracted participation from more than 100 countries and 600 organisations, with delegates representing technical, engineering, strategic and commercial disciplines.
Hydrocarbons Agency analyzes requests for CNG stations in La Paz
The National Hydrocarbons Agency (ANH) made viable the review of applications for construction of 16 new filling stations for natural gas vehicles (NGV) in the city of La Paz, officials said.
Tedom ordered 45 natural gas systems developed by Omnitek
Omnitek Engineering Corp. has received a follow-on order for 45 Omnitek natural gas engine systems from Czech Republic engine and bus manufacturer Tedom s.r.o LTD, the company’s exclusive OEM customer in the region.
Scania and Swedfund invest in Indian biogas production
Scania and the development financier of the Swedish state Swedfund are establishing a partnership to develop the production of biogas as an automotive fuel in the Indian city of Nagpur.
Bolivian NGV consumption increased in 2014
Sales of natural gas for vehicles (NGV) increased last year at 43.546.003 cubic meters compared to 2013, due to increased consumption, according to the National Hydrocarbons Agency (ANH).
UPS building additional 15 CNG stations and increasing natural gas fleet
UPS announced plans to build 15 compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling stations to support the purchase and planned deployment of 1,400 new CNG vehicles over the next year.
Gas Networks Ireland presents apprenticeship programme on natural gas
Gas Networks Ireland launched a new Apprenticeship Programme for the first time in 30 years. The company which owns, operates, develops and maintains the natural gas network in Ireland will create over 50 opportunities across the programme.
First ferry powered by liquefied natural gas built in Italy
After having successfully completed the liquefied natural gas sea trials too, F.-A.-Gauthier, the latest generation ferry built by Fincantieri in its shipyard in Castellammare di Stabia (Naples), left the yard sailing to Matane, in Québec, Canada.
IOCL to join hands with Chhattisgarh for natural gas development
The Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) would seal a deal with the Chhattisgarh government for developing natural gas infrastructure, city gas distribution and supply of gas.
Consumers seduced by the economic benefits of CNG in Alagoas
Due to high values, compressed natural gas (CNG) stands out as the most cost-effective alternative, offering a savings of 50% compared with gasoline and 55% compared to ethanol.
Seventeen new hydrogen refuelling stations worldwide in 2014
Seventeen new hydrogen refueling stations have opened throughout the world in 2014. As of March 2015, the total number of hydrogen stations in operation is 184.
France creates national committee to promote biogas
French Minister of Ecology, Ségolène Royal, has formed a national committee of biogas, which aims to promote dialogue between stakeholders in this sector.
Industry needs structural regimes for LNG operation in ships
DNV GL recently took part in the industry conference ”LNG – Full speed ahead“, hosted by Hamburg’s trade authority and a number of German and Dutch liquefied natural gas (LNG) organizations and platforms.
Finland leads implementation of EU Directive on alternative fuels
NGVA Europe informs that Finland has taken the lead in implementing the EU Directive on deployment of alternative fuels infrastructure, with strong commitment from both the public and private sector to expand the domestic gas refueling network.
Incentives for converting vehicles to natural gas in Colombia
In order to strengthen the conversion of vehicles to natural gas in Caldas, Quindio and Risaralda, companies in the gas sector agreed to the third agreement that aims to promote the use of the gaseous fuel in the Colombian region.
First cargo ship refueled liquefied natural gas at the Port of Cartagena
The Danish freighter Kvitbjorn has become the first large cargo ship that has received natural gas as fuel in the Port of Cartagena. The Kvitbjorn is the largest ship of its kind so far has made stops in Spain.
Bajaj awaits the launch of a four-wheeled vehicle to CNG
A recent report by Autocar India reveals that the Bajaj is testing the compressed natural gas (CNG) variant of the RE60, the inexpensive quadricycle which the company is working to launch.
Ghana to develop transportation master plan
The Ministry of Transport of Ghana and the Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) have organised a one-day inception workshop on the development of a Transportation Master Plan Project for the Greater Accra Region.
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