EuroCement Plans 1000 KAMAZ Natural Gas Trucks

| Tatarstan: Naberezhnye Chelny (Russia) | Source: RariTEK Group

EuroCement facilityEuroCement group, an international industrial Holding company and Russia’s leading producer of construction materials, has concluded a cooperation agreement with Russian truck manufacturer KAMAZ, that will lead to the acquisition of one thousand natural gas powered KAMAZ trucks. Read more »

New CNG Station for Trucks on Ontario’s QEW Highway

| Canada: Halton Hills ON | Source: Envoy Energy Fuels Inc.

QEW Highway Ontario (Image from The Toronto Star 2015Envoy Energy Fuels Inc. (Envoy Energy) and Truk-King Logistics Inc. (Truk-King) have started construction on a public compressed natural gas (CNG) station in Fort Erie, Ontario. The CNG cardlock station will include four fast-fill lanes for heavy-duty vehicles and 2 dedicated lanes for filling large capacity tube trailers for Envoy Energy’s mobile CNG refuelling operations. Read more »

LNG Proposed for HD Vehicles in Bolivia

| Bolivia: La Paz | Source: YPFB

HD Trucks on dusty Bolivian roadBolivia’s state owned and operated oil company Yacimientos Petroliferos Fiscales Bolivianos (YPFB) is conducting a series of tests aimed at replacing the short-term consumption of diesel by Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) in heavy transport and the public sector fleet. Gas will be sourced from its LNG Plant in Rio Grande, Santa Cruz. Read more »

Girteka Logistics Confirms Benefits of LNG-fuelled Trucks

| Lithuania: Vilnius | Source: Girteka Logistics

Girteka IVECO LNGEuropean transportation and logistics heavyweight Girteka Logistics, based in Lithuania, has been testing Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) -powered trucks. It has found CO2 emissions reduction of 85 per cent is possible using the renewable fuel Bio LNG when compared to an equivalent diesel vehicle. Read more »

White Paper Positive About Natural Gas as Fuel

| Canada: Vancouver BC | Source: The University of British Columbia

Emissions_SGI_White_Paper_CoverA new white paper published on January 28, 2019 examines the potential impacts of using natural gas as a fuel for ships and trucks. This study — Can natural gas reduce emissions from transport? —  looks at how using natural gas affects greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, air pollution, and cost to industry. Read more »

Lid Lifted off CNG and LNG Vehicle Imports for Argentina

| Argentina: Buenos Aires | Source: Télam Agency
Galileo fueled first LNG fleet Scania

LNG-fuelled Scania trucks in Mendoza

The Government of Argentina has published ENARGAS (National Gas Regulatory Entity) Resolution 42 to enable the importation of vehicles powered by natural gas. According to the official bulletin of the Republic of Argentina, the efficient use of natural gas represents a transition from the secondary energy matrix to cleaner and more efficient fuel use patterns. Read more »

Scania G 410 elected Spain’s Ecological Industrial Vehicle of 2019

| Scania | Source: Scania

Scania G 410 wins award SpainThe Scania truck, propelled by the new 410 hp natural gas engine, has been chosen as the 2019 Ecological Industrial Vehicle in Spain by a jury of almost fifty businessmen and alternative energy specialists. The 410 hp engine, launched just over a year ago, is Scania’s most powerful natural gas engine.  Read more »

Fourteen Volvo LNG Trucks for Netherlands Logistics Provider

| Netherlands: Ermelo | Source: Harbers Trucks

St Van Den Brink Volvo LNG TruckHarbers Trucks, a full service Volvo Truck Commercial Vehicle dealer in the Netherlands, has supplied St van den Brink with fourteen Volvo LNG trucks for its logistics fleet. With this, the transport company from Ermelo underlines its focus on sustainability and innovation. Read more »

Sewage-to-RNG Project Commences in Longmont, Colorado

| USA: Longmont CO | Source: CGRS, Inc.

Longmont CO develops RNG FacilityDriven by an age where sustainable resources are increasingly important, the City of Longmont has begun construction on its Biogas Treatment and Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) Fueling Station Project. Once complete, this innovative project will transform sewage gas from the wastewater-treatment process into sustainable fuel for the City’s trash trucks. Read more »

Agility Receives 2019 CARB Approval for Natural Gas Fuel System for GM 6.0L Engine

| USA: Costa Mesa CA | Source: Agility Fuel Solutions
GMC Sierra HD

GMC Sierra HD

Agility Fuel Solutions, a leading global provider of clean fuel solutions for medium- and heavy-duty commercial vehicles, has received 2019 California Air Resources Board (CARB) certifications for its natural gas fuel system for installation on General Motors 6.0L gasoline engines. Read more »