Sheehy Mail Contractors, Inc. (SMCI) of Waterloo is currently testing a new semi-truck engine that will allow commercial motor vehicles with compressed natural gas (CNG) engines to run on renewable natural gas (RNG).
  According to the latest North American On-Highway CV Engine Outlook, published by ACT Research and Rhein Associates, there has been an increase in heavy duty natural gas use from the refuse industry.
  Flint's Mass Transportation Authority (MTA) in Michigan has entered into an agreement with Consumers Energy to build and operate a public/private fueling station that will dispense compressed natural gas (CNG) to vehicles.
  The Natural Gas Vehicle Institute has launched its CNG Fuel System Design and Installation Training targeted to heavy-duty fuel system and vehicle manufacturers.
  Clean Energy Fuels President and CEO Andrew J. Littlefair made the a statement regarding the EPA final rule on the 2018 renewable volume obligations under the Renewable Fuel Standard.
  NGVAmerica released its long-awaited recommended Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Fuel System Inspection Guidance document.
  Omnitrans recently celebrated the completion of new state-of-the-art compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling systems at its San Bernardino and Montclair, California facilities.
  The City of Westlake took its first step in bringing another source of alternative fuel to Southwest Louisiana. It has requested funding from the state for a fast-fill compressed natural gas (CNG) station near the I-10 exit in Westlake.
  The number of alternative fueling stations has expanded within the state of Georgia thanks to a collaboration between Atlanta Gas Light and the City of Augusta.
  The technology group Wärtsilä has been selected to provide a broad scope of products and solutions for a new articulated tug barge (ATB).
  The Coalition for Renewable Natural Gas recently recognized six companies for their development roles in seven renewable natural gas projects completed in 2017 across the U.S. heartland.
  Waste Management says the County of Jackson, Tennessee, will be among the first cities with a full fleet of the company’s new fuel-efficient trucks.
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