Kwik Trip Inc. has opened its 28th compressed natural gas (CNG) station. The most recently added include Davenport, Iowa, and Lake Mills and Eau Claire, Wisconsin.
   
  As of July 31, fiscal 2014 tax revenue from sales of compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquefied natural gas (LNG) motor fuel totaled $2,178,199, according to the state Comptroller’s office.
 
  Santa Rosa County recently installed a landfill gas collection and control system along with a blower/flare station consisting of 14,048 feet of high density polyethylene piping and 30 vertical extraction wells with 923 feet of LFG collection piping.
   
  Cass County will be sponsor of a grant application for a new compressed natural gas (CNG) filling station north of Plattsmouth. Obtaining the grant would help in the overall development plan for the area.
 
  New York City will expand a pilot program this fall that takes unconsumed food from the waste stream and converts it into pipeline-quality natural gas.
   
  Bonita Springs Utilities’ test of compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles has been successful enough that the utility plans to expand its alternative fuel program in the city from the state of Florida.
 
   
       
   
       
 
     
 
  Tulsa Public Schools, Oklahoma, received a $60,000 grant from the Henry Bellmon Awards, which are given to people, businesses and projects that help create a more livable community.
   
  TruStar Energy announced the contract award to upgrade the CNG fueling station for Kern County Superintendent of Schools bus fleet, located in Bakersfield, California.
 
  Gas South, Georgia’s fastest growing natural gas provider, and American Fueling Systems, a leader in the alternative fuel industry, hosted an open house to educate commercial fleet owners about the use of natural gas as a vehicle fuel.
   
  Hermitage city officials, in Pennsylvania, are applying for a state grant – up to $ 500,000 could be awarded – to buy equipment to convert biogas to compressed natural gas (CNG), which could be used as fuel for city cars and trucks.
 
  Third-party logistics provider Kane Is Able, Inc. held a public event on Monday, August 18, 2014, to announce its entrance into the natural gas market.
   
  Lake County, Indiana's first garbage truck powered by compressed natural gas (CNG) will be unveiled at a news conference Monday (August 18) in Hobart.
 
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