Delco Foods announces plan to build compressed natural gas refueling station
Delco Foods, a family-owned Italian and specialty foods distributor supplying businesses throughout the Midwest, announced its plan to open a compressed natural gas (CNG) refueling station.
Sarpy, Papillion, La Vista to try natural gas vehicles
Sarpy County, along with the cities of Papillion and La Vista, are preparing to convert some vehicles to compressed natural gas (CNG), according to Sarpy County Public Works Director Dennis Wilson.
Lehigh Valley natural gas station to get major boost
Clean Energy Fuels Corp., the largest provider of natural gas transportation fuel in North America, is preparing for $1.08 million in upgrades to a Lehigh Gas Partners fueling station in South Whitehall Township.
Tulsa adds second city-owned CNG fueling station
Tulsa's Engineering Department, Oklahoma, is finalizing a contract to design a second public-private compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling location for city vehicles.
  Northeast Foods has signed an agreement with U.S. Oil for a new GAIN® Clean Fuel compressed natural gas (CNG) station in Baltimore, Maryland.     Four Allegheny County companies and a nonprofit organization have been awarded about $844,000 in state grants for alternative-fuel vehicles.     Sun Metro tested its Brio buses Sunday morning in hopes of getting them ready for the public in October, said Laura Cruz Acosta, public information officer for Sun Metro in El Paso, Texas.  
  Oklahoma is an undisputed leader in the energy industry. We are the fourth-largest natural gas producing state in the country, the fifth-largest oil producing state, and the sixth-largest state for wind power.
  Omnitek Engineering Corp. has appointed Inland Waste Solutions as an authorized diesel-to-natural gas conversion center, and delivered an initial order for a converted EPA-approved 12-liter Mack E7 engine to the Austin, Texas-based company.
  Here's a transcript — edited for length and clarity — of The Texas Tribune's in-depth interview with land commissioner candidate George P. Bush, in which he lays out his positions on environmental policy.
  Held September 23-24, 2014, NGVOK is focused on getting information about natural gas vehicles (NGVs) into the hands of fleet managers, mechanics, station builders, purchasers and public officials.