The Canadian City of Surrey, British Columbia, is set to open a new biofuel processing facility, the first of its kind in North America. The facility will process the City’s organic waste into a 100 per cent renewable natural gas (RNG).
  Among the conferences to be held is the one entitled “CNG: Trucks to Fueling Stations”, where manufacturers and end-users will discuss the pros and cons of adopting service trucks and vehicles that use compressed natural gas (CNG).
  Roseville City Council (California) members voted unanimously Wednesday night to expand the city’s sewer plant and build facilities that recover energy from waste, including natural gas to power city garbage trucks.
  For the second time this year, the City of Redlands, California, is increasing the amount of liquefied and compressed natural gas available at its fuel station due to an increase in use by non-city vehicles.
  The Government of Canada continues to strive to be a global leader in clean technology by positioning Canada at the leading edge of a changing economy and ensuring that Canadians are able to access the jobs of the future.
  Piedmont Natural Gas celebrated the opening of a new Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED)-eligible facility to house Piedmont's customer contact center and resource center serving the Fayetteville area.
  Canadian British Columbia producers are finding a small but growing domestic market for natural gas, in the form of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and compressed natural gas (CNG), in the trucking and marine transportation sectors.
  The Inverness City Council, Florida, voted Tuesday to switch from fossil fuel-consuming garbage trucks to compressed natural gas-powered (CNG) trucks. Council said the change will come at no additional cost to citizens.
  The Town of Hornbeck has announced the ribbon-cutting and official opening day of the compressed natural gas (CNG) filling station in Leesville, Louisiana.
  The California Air Resources Board (CARB) voted unanimously to continue with the vehicle greenhouse gas emission standards and zero-emission vehicle program for cars and light trucks sold in California through 2025.
  York County's first public compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station has been operational in Spring Garden Township for a few weeks now, courtesy of Shipley Energy.
  A compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station is being constructed to serve the CNG fueled buses that are being added to Crawford Area Transportation Authority’s fleet.
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