Southern California Gas Co. has signed a contract with Onboard Dynamics, Inc. to fund the demonstration and testing of a new mobile natural gas compressor that can be used to re-fuel CNG vehicles no matter where they are.
   
  Ohio State University spinoff Simple-Fill Inc., working toward developing production models of low-cost, low-maintenance natural gas compressors, has raised $420,000 of a potential $450,000 round, according to a regulatory filing.
 
  Grande West Transportation Group Inc., a Canadian bus manufacturer of heavy-duty mid-sized transit buses for sale in Canada and the United States, announces a major addition to clean air propulsion options for its Vicinity bus line.
   
  Ryder System, Inc., a leader in commercial fleet management, dedicated transportation, and supply chain solutions, was named a 2016 Green Supply Chain Award winner by Supply & Demand Chain Executive (SDCE).
 
  New Flyer Industries Canada ULC announced that the BC Transit has awarded New Flyer three separate contracts for 70 New Flyer Xcelsior® 40-foot compressed natural gas buses.
   
  Westport Fuel Systems Inc. commended the publication of a new study by West Virginia University scientists quantifying methane emissions from heavy-duty natural gas-powered vehicles and refueling stations.
 
   
       
   
       
 
     
 
  Sioux City, Iowa’s city council members approved a $9.3 million renewable fuel project at the city’s wastewater treatment plant, a report by the Sioux City Journal says.
   
  A newly published scientific study measured methane emissions from heavy-duty natural gas-powered vehicles and refueling stations, and is greatly expanding what we know about emissions from natural gas-fueled vehicles.
 
  Thirty-two compressed natural gas (CNG) buses will be delivered in lots of 11 vehicles in the next 18-24 months to the Mass Transportation Authority (MTA) of Genesee County, Michigan, and were made possible by a federal and state grant.
   
  ACT Research believes the natural gas and alternative fuel industries in the United States are very much alive and kicking.
 
  Dane County, Wisconsin, is requesting proposals for fabrication, delivery, installation and start-up of a biogas cleaning system to convert landfill gas (LFG) into high-Btu biomethane at the Dane County Landfill Site #2.
   
  Minnesota continued to build on its growth in fuel choice in 2016, adding more biofuel stations, public charging stations for electric vehicles, and expanding the use of natural gas and propane as vehicle fuels.
 
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