Stabilis Energy, Inc. announced two strategic transactions that will expand its presence in the distributed liquefied natural gas (LNG) and compressed natural gas (CNG) markets in Mexico.
  Transient Plasma Systems Inc. (TPS), which develops nanosecond pulsed plasma ignition systems to improve fuel efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, has achieved a new milestone in internal combustion engine testing.
  Tauranga-based engineering experts Oasis Engineering’s HC308 Quick Couplers are taking over North America’s CNG High Flow Operations.
  Hexagon Mobile Pipeline has been awarded an order for TITAN® gas transport modules from Certarus Ltd. with a total value of USD 7.3 million.
  Brightmark Energy purchased the anaerobic digester from Clean Fuel Partners near Madison, Wisconsin, which will convert 90,000 gallons of dairy waste per day from three local farms into biogas and other useful products.
  Bioenergy DevCo announced that it has received its first institutional investment of $106 million from Newlight Partners LP.
  U.S. Gain®, a leader in development, procurement and distribution of renewable natural gas (RNG) for the transportation market, is excited to announce the hiring of Marten Mills to its business development team.
  With 4 CryoboxTM LNG-Production Stations supplied and constantly monitored by Galileo Technologies, Canacol Energy will carry out one of the first natural gas distributed liquefaction worldwide experiences.
  New Zealand’s leading engineering company and compressed natural gas (CNG) specialists, Tauranga based Oasis Engineering demonstrated their competency in providing great products and customer service to Fonterra.
  Omnitek Engineering Corp. announced its exclusive distributor in Turkey is ramping up marketing and sales initiatives based on the conclusion of several evaluation projects, including a successful six-month pilot program with Shell Turkey.
  Kinetrex Energy released a new online GHG emissions calculator that makes it simple for fleet managers to measure their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions as a first step in creating a more “greener” vehicle fleet.
  Xebec Adsorption Inc. announces its inclusion in the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) US$24 million commitment to a public-private collaboration funding 77 energy technology projects.
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