Testa Produce freshens up their delivery fleet with CNG
After failed trials with electric and biodiesel vehicles, Testa decided to lease a few CNG trucks in 2013. Today 29 of Testa’s 52 delivery trucks are fueled by CNG and its full fleet will be CNG-powered by 2019.
Senator pushes for funding to add CNG buses to Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority
Senator Charles E. Schumer, in a visit to Buffalo, announced that he has launched a push for $12 million in federal funds for 24 new compressed natural gas (CNG) fueled buses for the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority.
Homewood Disposal to open CNG fueling station in August
Homewood Disposal Service, Inc. will open the area’s first public compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station early next month.
Roseville processes food waste to generate CNG for vehicles
The City of Roseville, California, has begun phasing in a commercial organics waste recycling program, which will apply to about 90 businesses in the first year and grow over time, to meet a new statewide requirement to reduce organic waste in the landfil
  Primary energy consumption fell slightly in 2015, as a decline in coal use exceeded increases in natural gas, petroleum and renewables use. In most cases, changes between 2014 and 2015 reflect longer-term trends in energy use.     TruStar Energy was awarded the contract to build and maintain the first compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station for the City of Long Beach, California.     Nearly all City of Kamloops buses will run on compressed natural gas (CNG) next year as the Canadian province of British Columbia adds another 19 CNG vehicles to the city’s fleet.  
  Given the CO2 emissions intensity of natural gas is 25 per cent lower than gasoline or diesel fuel, the emissions reduction from switching a large portion of the country’s vehicle fleet to natural gas would be dramatic.
  Mainstay Fuel Technologies, Inc., has selected second-generation G-STOR® Go Type 4 cylinders, G-Flo® valves and related technologies from Luxfer Gas Cylinders for its compressed natural gas (CNG) on-board fuel systems for heavy-duty trucks.
  Sitton recently agreed to an exclusive chat with the Business Journal where spoke about the future of natural gas in Texas.
  This two-day course (September 7-8, 2016 - Baton Rouge Community College Automotive Training Center) helps participants learn how to safely install Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) components to NFPA 52 code.