These mobile stations are distinguished by their ability to access the service even to areas with no natural gas networks.
Since last March 15, the Sociedade de Transportes Colectivos do Porto, in Portugal, has already put 21 buses powered by CNG into operation.
The CMA CGM Group has reached another milestone in its efforts to be carbon-neutral by 2050, by supporting the production of 12,000 tonnes of biomethane.
As of January 1, 2021, it was 100,807, 2.2% more than the previous year. In general, growth can be observed in all segments.
NIORDC has turned 83,802 public transport vehicles into dual-fuel cars since the beginning of the current Iranian calendar year.
The move was taken at a time when Brazil is experiencing consecutive increases in traditional fuels, such as gasoline and ethanol.
Sigeif Mobilité will add three more gas filling stations to its network within one year.
Presented at the beginning of the year in Milan, the new generation of the Porter NP6 is available in a dual-fuel gasoline-CNG version.
The vans, which are already in circulation, are the result of the transformation of diesel vehicles in its fleet, with which the Cooperative optimizes the consumption of resources.
The truck market in Argentina continues to grow throughout the country and Iveco contributes to the development of the sector through commitment to its customers.
The station near Glasgow will refuel up to 450 lorries a day when it opens in November, enabling HGVs to make low-carbon deliveries across most of Scotland.
The new fleet of eight biomethane powered trucks marks the first significant business integration between the transport and retail sector in Northern Ireland.
Total continues the operational implementation of alternative fuel solutions with the opening of the Jambes refueling station.
The truck is fueled using carbon neutral renewable gas from the national gas network supplied by Gas Networks Ireland.
This inauguration is part of the strategic agreement announced in 2019, by which both companies committed to create the largest network of NGV stations in Spain.
Currently it is the most powerful 100% natural gas engine available in the on-road segment and the first purely NG engine specially developed for long-haul missions.
The Ministry of Industry, Commerce and MSMEs and the Reserves Trust of the Dominican Republic launched the new Administration Trust for the Natural Gas Massification Program.
The collaboration between Iveco, Engie, and Vulcangas has reached an important milestone, just a year after the inauguration of the filling station on Strada delle Cascinette, in Turin.
It has been built within Dangote Cement factory premises and will have capacity to service 250 vehicles.
Forerunner of the natural gas bus, the metropolis of Grenoble, in France, continues its investments with a new order for 20 articulated models with a length of 18 meters.
This installation will support the AP-66 that connects Asturias with León, the AP-64 that connects with the Cantabrian corridor of the A-8 and, at the same time, due to its proximity, to the transport of the city of Oviedo.