AMP Americas Defines Direction After ampCNG Sale

| USA: Chicago IL | Source: Amp Americas

Fair Oaks Farms IndianaMarking the closure of the sale of its 20 ampCNG fueling stations to American Natural Gas (ANG) for $41 million, AMP Americas says it will continue to own and operate its landmark Indiana biogas operations through its Renewable Dairy Fuels (RDF) business unit. The company will also continue to invest heavily in dairy RNG projects and plans to break ground on two additional dairy biogas operations later this year. Read more »

North American RNG Fuel Potential Attracts Bright Biomethane

| The Netherlands:  | Source: Bright Biomethane

Bright Biomethane biogas upgrading installation in SwedenBright Biomethane, a Dutch company involved with biogas upgrading activities, has opened its first North American office in response to growing business and increasing demand for renewable natural gas (RNG) solutions in North America. RNG can be used as natural gas substitute for compression to CNG or liquefaction to LNG as fuel for natural gas vehicles (NGV), or for direct grid injection. Read more »

Californian Project turns Dairy Methane Emissions to Clean Vehicle Fuel (RNG)

| USA: San Ramon and Visalia CA | Source: CalBio and Chevron
Lakeview site Kern Cluster for diary methane capture

Methane capture installation in the Kern Cluster of dairy farms (Image: CalBio)

Continuing California’s drive toward clean fuel adoption, Chevron U.S.A. Inc. and California Bioenergy LLC (CalBio) are to jointly invest in a holding company with California dairy farmers to produce and market dairy biomethane as a vehicle fuel in the state. The holding company, CalBioGas LLC, secured funding from Chevron to build infrastructure for dairy biomethane projects in California’s San Joaquin Valley, adding to the investment from dozens of dairy farmers. Read more »

American Natural Gas Network Expands to 60 CNG Stations with AMP CNG Acquisition

| USA: Saratoga Springs NY | Source: American Natural Gas

ANG station with AB and Frito vehiclesAmerican Natural Gas (ANG), a specialised designer, builder and operator of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) in the U.S. has acquired ampCNG, a natural gas fuel provider. This acquisition bolsters ANG’s reach by adding 20 additional natural gas fueling stations to their portfolio. Read more »

PitPoint Moves to Supply Only Green Gas at its Netherlands Filling Stations

| The Netherlands: Nieuwegein | Source: PitPoint BV

PitPoint BV station imageStarting this summer, PitPoint BV only supplies renewable green gas to its public CNG filling stations in the Netherlands. This is an important milestone because it increases the CO2 profit by refueling at PitPoint. Driving on green gas reduces CO2 emissions by up to 80 percent compared to diesel. (Source: Nature & Environment fuel rankings). Read more »

RNG for Transport Fuel Network in Grand Est, France

| France: Fère Champenoise | Source: GRTgaz

La Mont Blanche biogas plant inaugurated Jun 2019Xavier Roy and Jean-Pierre Lacuisse, farmers in the Marne communes of Fère Champenoise and Lenharrée in north-eastern France, have officially inaugurated the site of La Monte Blanche in the presence of elected officials, ADEME and local economic actors. This biogas plant will use 10,000 tonnes of inputs annually to supply fuel equivalent to that used by 70 buses running on natural gas. Read more »

Energy and Utility Leaders Discuss Viability of RNG at Montreal Summit

| Canada: Montreal QC | Source: GRDF

Canada_Logos_communique Energir GRDF GRTgaz and SoCalGasÉnergir (Canada), SoCalGas (United States), and French companies GRDF and GRTgaz shared their visions for viable solutions to combat climate change. The presentation took place at the Movin’On Summit in Montreal last week and brought together leaders from each of the energy and utility companies. The 2019 theme of “Solutions for a Multimodal Ecosystem” covered topics such as decarbonisation and air quality, society and urban transport, innovative technologies, freight transport and the circular economy. Read more »

Canadian Premier – HDV Powered by RNG

| Canada: Montreal QC | Source: Énergir

Canada_CAT-Camion-lourd RNGCanadian diversified energy company Énergir, formerly Gaz Métro, and Canadian American Transport (CAT) have joined forces to put Quebec’s first class 8 renewable natural gas (RNG) freight truck on the road. This truck was presented at the Montreal Movin’On Summit last week. Read more »

Liquefied Biogas Supply Secured for Gothenburg Bunkers

| Sweden: Gothenburg | Source: Swedegas

LBG is bunkered at Port of Gothenburg (Photo: Bo Håkansson)

Bunkering liquefied biogas (LBG) at the Port of Gothenburg has become significantly easier for the shipping sector thanks to a new agreement between FordonsGas and Swedegas. The agreement secures access to this renewable natural fuel, a move that has been sought by both shipping companies and their customers. Read more »

91 RNG Trucks to Join Seattle’s Solid Waste Pickup Fleet

| USA: Seattle WA | Source: City of Seattle

Seattle Public Utilities - WM Fleet RNGSeattle Public Utilities (SPU) has rolled out the City’s fossil fuel-free, primary collection fleet. The “Green Fleet” will be made up of close to 200 contractor trucks powered by electricity, renewable natural gas and renewable diesel. The Green Fleet, which includes 91 Waste Management trucks powered by renewable natural gas (RNG) – gas from garbage – will further establish Seattle as a model for US cities in combating climate change. Read more »