ISO Publishes Standards for CNG and LNG Fuelling Stations

| International | Source: NGV Global

LNG dispenserIn December 2016, ISO published two international standards that will play an important role in the deployment of the alternative fuels infrastructure. The publication of ISO 16923 and ISO 16924 respectively enables entities to apply broadly supported requirements for the design, construction, operation, maintenance and inspection of CNG and LNG fuelling stations. NGV Global has been a key player in the process for these two Standards. Read more »

Korean Researchers Push HCNG Engine to Euro VII

| Korea, Seoul | Source: Business Korea

Cooperation between KOGAS, KGS (Korean Gas Safety), KIMM (Korea Institute of Machinery & Materials) and Daewoo Bus has enabled scientists to develop an HCNG engine which is compliant with Euro-6 European emission regulations. This engine, as reported by Business Korea, is compatible with existing natural gas engines, making it possible to change natural gas buses into HCNG buses with the new engine. Read more »

Korean NGV Program Very Active

| Korea

Diego Goldin, NGV Global’s Executive Director was invited by KANGV (Korean Association for NGV), KOGAS and the Center for Environmentally Friendly Vehicle to take part in the 2013 “NGV Future Strategy Forum” hosted by KANGV and the 2013 International Symposium of Center for Environmentally Friendly Vehicles, hosted by the CEFV in South Korea. Both events had great turnout that showed the on-going support for the very successful Korean NGV program. Read more »

E.ON’s Second LCNG Station Opens in Sweden

| Sweden

Liquiline-built LCNG Haninge filling stationLiquiline, a global gas technology company, has completed a new unmanned filling station for gas vehicles in Haninge, a municipality in Stockholm county in east central Sweden for client E.ON. The station is newly developed by Liquiline and is characterized by a compact layout, small footprint, and high integrity regarding environment, safety and security of supply. Read more »

NGV Growth and Development Ongoing in Korea

| Korea

There are now more than 35 thousand Natural Gas Vehicles (NGVs) in the Republic of Korea, serviced by 164 CNG or LNG stations, reports the International Energy Agency’s AMFI Newsletter. Promoted by the government’s Ministry of Environment since 2000, the Korean NGV population is made up of about 80% OEM transit buses and 20% OEM trucks and bi-fuel retrofit passenger cars, NGVs are predominantly powered by compressed natural gas (CNG) and have contributed to reduced air pollution in the cities by cutting greenhouse gas emissions. Read more »

ITM Power and Hardstaff to Develop HCNG Fuel System for Heavy Goods Vehicles

| United Kingdom

ITM Power, a clean fuel and energy storage company, and transport industry innovator The Hardstaff Group, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to develop and market a Hydrogen Compressed Natural Gas (HCNG) fuel system for Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGVs). Natural Gas or Bio Methane may be combined at various ratios with hydrogen to produce HCNG, which, when burned, offers significant benefits in the emissions performance and efficiency of engines. These improvements in combustion not only reduce the tailpipe emissions of carbon dioxide, NOx, carbon monoxide and hydrocarbons but also allow for increased engine speed operation, enabling the downsizing of engines. Engine downsizing results in improved operational efficiency and reduced weight. Read more »

Liquiline to Supply Stockholm LCNG Station

| Sweden, Stockholm

Dag Lilletvedt, CEO of Liquiline with 2 x 40 foot 'LiquiTainere'.

Norwegian gas technology company Liquiline AS, based in Bergen, has entered into an agreement with energy provider E. ON for delivery of a newly developed public gas filling station for cars and taxis in Stockholm. The agreement has been signed with E.ON’s Swedish subsdiary, E.ON Gas Sverige AB, which builds and operates fueling stations and pipeline distribution for biogas and natural gas in Sweden. Read more »