OMV Petrom has entered a partnership with Vulcangas Romania for opening liquefied and compressed natural gas (LNG and CNG) filling stations.
Gas Networks Ireland and Virginia International Logistics (VIL) have taken another step forward in reducing emissions from Ireland’s transport industry.
The European Parliament adopted its Report on the Revision of Regulation EU 2019/1242 setting CO2 emission performance standards for new heavy-duty vehicles, a milestone legislation to curb the segment emissions.
Trasporti Pubblici Parma (TEP) inaugurated 25 buses and minibuses, all powered by methane, intended for urban, suburban and school services.
Gironde Energies and ENGIE Solutions collaborated to establish a Bio-CNG service station in Beychac-et-Caillau, in order to act in favor of the decarbonization of mobility.
ReFuels N.V., one of Europe's leading suppliers of renewable biomethane for the decarbonization of heavy goods vehicles, has opened a new refueling station at Bangor in North Wales.
The gas filling station in the city of Rovaniemi will make low-emission transports with biogas possible across most of Finland.
TAQA Arabia has announced the commissioning of Tanzania’s first integrated compressed natural gas filling station and conversion center branded “Master Gas”.
Companhia Paraibana de Gás (PBGás) and global heavy vehicle manufacturers present new technology to use compressed natural gas (CNG) to replace diesel.
The French Association of Natural Gas for Vehicles (AFGNV) has decided to adopt a new name: France Mobilité Biogaz.