The University of California, Riverside College of Engineering Center for Environmental Research and Technology and Southern California Gas Co. announced the results of a new study on ultra-low emission natural gas heavy-duty engines.
  GAIN Clean Fuel/U.S. Gain, a division of U.S. Venture, Inc., announces two new hires and a promotion as part of a strategic move to support growing demand for natural gas within the transportation sector.
  Republic Services Inc. released its 2017 Sustainability Report on August 29. Within the report, the company outlines progress it has made on several environmental goals, including those related to the production and use of renewable natural gas (RNG).
  State residents who purchase alternative fuel vehicles can get rebates up to $2,000 from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP). Rebates are available depending on the type of vehicle purchased.
  A $120 million plan in Philadelphia is underway to create a machine that will turn food scraps into natural gas. The anaerobic digester breaks down organic matter to produce biogas, which mainly includes carbon dioxide, methane, and water vapor.
  Conrad Industries, Inc. announced the successful completion and delivery of the Clean Jacksonville, the first LNG bunker barge built in North America.
  CenterPoint Energy filed a proposal with the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission (MPUC) seeking approval to introduce a renewable natural gas green tariff pilot program to its Minnesota customers.
  Canada's light-duty vehicle greenhouse gas emission standards are supporting innovation, a cleaner and more competitive economy, and action on climate change, and they are saving consumers money at the pump.
  The United States Postal Service (USPS) awarded Matheson Postal Services with another large contract which extends across the west coast. The new contract began August 1 and will continue for four years.
  Mayor Chris Beutler announced that 11 StarTran buses fueled by compressed natural gas (CNG) are starting service in Lincoln, Nebraska, this week.
  One of the nation's leading providers of alternative fuels systems and renewable fuels now operates the nation's soon-to-be largest single compressed natural gas (CNG) station.
  NGVAmerica heralded news that the California Air Resources Board (CARB) has certified Agility Fuel Solutions’ Low-NOx 6.0L Natural Gas Engine – the company’s first natural gas-powered engine certification.
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