Paper Transport recently unveiled the latest in its continuing move toward a more green fleet – the first full-production Kenworth T680 equipped with a natural gas engine.
   
  Onboard Dynamics Inc. has developed a means of using natural gas directly out of the gas lines used to heat homes to power vehicles, cutting the cost of fueling a natural gas powered vehicle roughly in half.
 
  The company amp Trillium hosted a public ribbon-cutting ceremony on September 10 to celebrate the opening of the first public access compressed natural gas station in the city of Waco, Texas.
   
  Several vehicles used by the county, including refuse trucks and transportation vans, will soon run on CNG. They will join a fleet of vehicles in the region already using the alternative fuel.
 
  According to the research firm, the natural gas-powered vehicle market is moving from infancy to adolescence.
   
  A workshop to provide information about compressed natural gas (CNG) for vehicles is scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 24 at the Trussville Civic Center, Alabama.
 
   
       
   
       
 
     
 
  Englefield Oil Co. is getting into the compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling business with an installation at one of its Duchess Shoppes in Obetz, Ohio.
   
  VNG has opened the first public NGV fueling facility in the city of Philadelphia. The VNG facility, located within the popular BP-branded gasoline station at 2901 West Abbottsford Avenue, is adjacent to Roosevelt Boulevard.
 
  The vehicles, which feature McNeilus’ Next Generation compressed natural gas systems, represent the first-ever CNG trucks placed into service by Argos.
   
  The number of compressed natural gas (CNG) filling stations open to the public in North County, California, is about to grow by 50 percent — from two to three.
 
  Delco Foods, a family-owned Italian and specialty foods distributor supplying businesses throughout the Midwest, announced its plan to open a compressed natural gas (CNG) refueling station.
   
  Sarpy County, along with the cities of Papillion and La Vista, are preparing to convert some vehicles to compressed natural gas (CNG), according to Sarpy County Public Works Director Dennis Wilson.
 
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