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First Clean, Efficient Long-Distance Big Rigs Rolled Out

Universal LNG Solutions has rolled out the first four trucks in a fleet of 95 of advanced liquefied natural gas big rigs at the campus of LNG-technology company Sancus Energy. The company says the 95 tractor-trailer trucks are the first in the country with the capability to haul 80,000 pounds … Read more »

ABS Report Supports Transportation Sector Transition to Cleaner Fuels

ABS has updated its guidance on liquefied natural gas bunkering in North America to support the transport sector’s transition to the use of cleaner fuels. The second edition of Bunkering of Liquefied Natural Gas-fueled Marine Vessels in North America offers advice to shipowners and operators who may be looking to … Read more »

Ryder to Train Entire North American Maintenance Workforce on Natural Gas Vehicle Technologies

Ryder to Train Entire North American Maintenance Workforce on Natural Gas Vehicle Technologies

Ryder System has launched an online natural gas vehicle maintenance training program for its entire North American maintenance network consisting of more than 6,000 employees across Ryder’s 800 facilities. The program will provide the company’s technician workforce with knowledge of all natural gas vehicle platforms and configurations. This program supplements … Read more »

China’s Largest Steelmaker Chooses Veolia’s Wastewater Treatment

Veolia has been selected by Tangshan Iron & Steel, a subsidiary of China’s largest steelmaker Hebei Iron & Steel Group, to build and operate industrial water treatment and recycling facilities for two of TIS’s industrial projects in Hebei province, China. Over the duration of the two 30-year contracts, total cumulative … Read more »

Ferus Natural Gas Fuels Opens Canada’s First Merchant LNG Facility

Ferus Natural Gas Fuels has opened Canada’s first merchant liquefied natural gas facility in Elmworth, Alberta. The LNG plant is located in the heart of oil and gas activity in northwest Alberta and northeast British Columbia, and produces high-quality LNG fuel for engines used in drilling rigs, pressure pumping services, … Read more »

ABS, MPA Collaborate on Marine Clean Fuel Research

Global marine and offshore classification services provider ABS and the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) have signed a memorandum of understanding to promote maritime research and development in the areas of alternative/clean fuel and developing resilient, next-generation port systems. The five-year MOU covers the following areas: Alternative/clean fuel … Read more »

Policy & Enforcement Briefing: LNG Explosion, Duke in Court, Another IPCC Study

An explosion at Williams Co.’s liquefied natural gas processing site near Plymouth, Wash., which injured five workers and caused evacuations in a two-mile radius, could spur debate about safe LNG handling for cities increasingly reliant on the fuel, Reuters reports. Such incidents are rare among the dozens of US LNG … Read more »

Policy & Enforcement Briefing: Bonn Climate Talks, Water Act, Dam Protest

Delegates from 160 nations agreed in Bonn that a successor to the Kyoto Protocol should allow emissions targets to be tightened without further negotiations, if researchers find that floods, droughts and sea levels are worsening, Reuters reported. But a deep divide remains between China, which says developed nations should collectively … Read more »

Policy & Enforcement Briefing: Court Blocks Biofuel Target, Barge Leaks into Mississippi

A US federal court struck down a 2012 Renewable Fuel Standard target for refiner use of cellulosic biofuels, but upheld the government’s goal for use of other advanced fuels. The American Petroleum Institute had filed a lawsuit against the EPA for its 2012 target requiring refiners to mix 8.65 million … Read more »