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Environmental Executive Moves: Waste Management, USGBC, CH2M, NG Advantage, Stem

Here’s the latest news on hirings, promotions and departures among environmental leaders.

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Truck Owners Can Receive $65k for Replacing Diesel Trucks with Natural Gas

Truck owners operating in California may receive a $65,000 grant for every diesel truck that they replace with a new natural gas model. Clean Energy Fuels wants to help truck owners apply for California’s Prop. 1B program and will handle all of the paperwork, free of charge. Applications are due … Read more »

UPS LNG tractor and propane package car

UPS Becomes Largest Renewable Natural Gas User in Shipping Industry

UPS has entered into an agreement to purchase renewable natural gas (RNG) for its delivery vehicle fleet from Clean Energy Fuels, making it the largest RNG users in the US shipping industry. RNG, also known as biomethane, can be derived from sources including decomposing organic waste in landfills, wastewater treatment … Read more »

Environmental Leader Raven Transport LNG Truck

Green Fleet Roundup: Raven Transport, Cummins, Dean Foods, Kenworth, Peterbilt, Tritium

Raven Transport is expanding its natural gas fleet with 115 Peterbilt Model 579s (pictured), powered by liquefied natural gas. Clean Energy Fuels will support the fleet by opening truck-friendly LNG fueling stations in Atlanta, Georgia; Birmingham, Alabama; Pearl, Mississippi; and Theodore, Alabama, and deploying mobile LNG fueling units in Eden, North Carolina; Newnan, … Read more »

Green Fleet Roundup: Linde, Goodyear, VW, Toyota, Frito-Lay

Linde is completing the first retail hydrogen fueling station it will operate in the US. The station, which is expected to be online before the end of the year, is being installed at the Ramos Oil multi-fuel station in West Sacramento, California. Goodyear has introduced the most fuel-efficient long haul drive … Read more »

Panama Canal Expansion Offers LNG Opportunities

When the Panama Canal expansion is completed, an estimated 80 percent of the world’s liquefied natural gas shipping fleet will be able to pass through it, which is good news for various players in the US LNG sector looking to move product to Asia, according to Oil & Energy Insider. … Read more »

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Natural Gas Sales Surge in Texas

Compressed natural gas and liquefied natural gas sales in Texas from July 31 were 220 percent of the fiscal year 2014 estimate, according to a Railroad Commission of Texas report. An estimated 14,521,326 gallon-equivalents of natural gas have been sold through this period, compared to the forecasted 6.6 million gallon-equivalents. … Read more »

Time Warner fleet

Green Fleet Roundup: Time Warner Cable, Wamart, Plug Power, Clean Energy Fuels

Time Warner Cable is joining the Department of Energy’s Clean Cities’ National Clean Fleet Partnership to further reduce petroleum use and increase efficiencies within its fleet (pictured) of more than 20,000 service trucks and vehicles. TWC’s participation is part of the company’s “Go Green” initiative under which TWC is on … Read more »

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Shell, GE, Clean Energy Fuels to Build LNG Fuel Station for Cargo Ships

Shell, General Electric and Clean Energy Fuels will begin construction next year on the US’ first fuel station for liquefied natural gas-fueled cargo ships in Jacksonville, Fla., Bloomberg reports. GE tells the news agency the companies are evaluating five locations and says the US will need between 50 and 100 … Read more »

GE NextFuel locomotive

GE, CSX Pilot LNG Trains; Clean Energy Fuels UPS Fleet

GE Transportation and CSX have agreed to explore Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) technology for locomotives beginning with a pilot program in 2014. Using LNG to fuel trains cuts emissions and increases efficiency, the partners say. Natural gas-fueled locomotives can travel longer distances without refueling stops, as well as provide environmental … Read more »

Businesses Can Cut Emissions 90% With RNG

Businesses Can Cut Emissions 90% With RNG

Businesses that use renewable natural gas, or RNG, created from food and yard waste can reduce greenhouse gas emissions up to 90 percent or more by switching from diesel to the clean energy source, according to a guide produced by nonprofit Energy Vision and funded by the US Department of … Read more »