"One story you will be hearing more about is the combination of the new 'Near-Zero' low-NOx (nitrogen oxides) natural gas engines and renewable natural gas (RNG)," Matthew Godlewski, president of the Washington, D.C.-based NGVAmerica, told Rigzone.
   
  Waste360 recently sat down with Josh Thompson, purchasing manager for Waste Industries, to discuss Waste Industries’ goals for 2017, his proudest career moment thus far and where he thinks the industry is heading.
 
  Sitton recently agreed to an exclusive chat with the Business Journal where spoke about the future of natural gas in Texas.
   
  Thomas Lawson, former director of legislative affairs for the state attorney general, brings both Sacramento savvy and big ambitions to his new position as president of the California NGV Coalition.
 
  The recent extension of federal tax credits for initiatives including alternative fuels may be the reason as major solid waste companies continue to add to their fleets and build alternative fueling stations across the country.
   
  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.
 
   
       
   
       
 
     
 
  CEO of Gladstein, Neandross & Associates, spoke recently with DC Velocity Senior Editor Mark B. Solomon about the benefits of natural gas conversion, the challenges, and what carriers, shippers, and private fleets need to do to make it all work.
   
  Greater Houston Natural Gas Vehicle Alliance’s new president, William Epling, an associate professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering at the university, spoke with FuelFix about how the alliance is making progress.
 
  The CWC Group exclusively interviewed the Second Vice Chairman of the American Gas Association (AGA), Gregg Kantor, who answered about the summit and the impact of the shale revolution in the energy industry.
   
  Pickens' mission—born from his now-famous 2008 "Pickens Plan"—is to convert the nation's 8 million heavy-duty trucks from diesel fuel to cheaper, cleaner-burning natural gas.
 
  John Finn, Business Development Manager of FIBA Technologies, Inc., talks about the current situation of the company, its main products and their vision of the CNG market.
   
  Ian M. Skelton, Director of Natural Gas Vehicles Business Development in AGL Resources, talked about the CNG Infrastructure Program designed by AGL to stimulate investment in CNG stations and fleet vehicles.
 
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