Category Archives: Natural Gas
Annual Sales of Natural Gas Trucks and Buses Expected to Reach 400,000 by 2022
Worldwide annual sales of natural-gas trucks and buses are expected to rise to nearly 400,000 in 2022, according to a recent report.
The rise from the … Read More
Portland METRO Increases CNG Bus Fleet
As the largest year-round fixed-route transit provider in Maine, the Greater Portland Transit District (METRO) is committed to building a transit fleet that is 100% powered by alternative fuels.
METRO’s reach is considerable. The … Read More
World LNG Fuels Conference
January 21-23, 2014
The World LNG Fuels 2014 will showcase market trends, opportunities, and economic and environmental benefits of natural gas fuels use in:
DRILLING AND FRACTURING
INDUSTRIAL POWER and… Read More
FREE CNG Cylinder Inspector Training
October 22-25 9-1 pm
Nashau Community College
The course will be taught with NAFTC instruction techniques and training materials. Participants will gain a thorough knowledge of the inspection requirement and materials to prepare them for … Read More
You are cordially invited by the New England Regional Clean Cities Coalitions to attend a free one-day workshop to inform you about the options available for … Read More
Portland Public Schools’ Transportation Director Wins EPA’s Lifetime Achievement Award!
Kevin Mallory, second from left, with EPA officials and Maine DEP Commissioner Patty Aho
Kevin Mallory, Transportation Director of the Portland Public Schools, and a Maine Clean Communities stakeholder, was … Read More
Westport and Clean Energy Fuels hosted a live webinar event on June 19th, 2013. Featured speakers were Westport’s John Howell, Senior Director of Marketing and Clean Energy’s Jim Harger, Chief Marketing Officer.
Choosing the best fuel option involves careful consideration … Read More
New Federal Report on Hydraulic Fracturing and Shale Gas Production: Technology, Impacts, and Regulations
The report authored by Clark, Burnham, Harto, and Horner for the Argonne National Laboratory, is essentially a primer on hydraulic fracturing and shale gas production and discusses the potential environmental impacts associated with the development of this gas. The report … Read More
A Natural Gas Vehicle Workshop for Fleets was held on Wednesday, May 15th 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Marriott Sable Oaks in South Portland, Maine.
(Click here for all of Tom Sheehan’s Presentations.)
9:00 a.m. Welcoming Remarks … Read More
The natural gas boom has already upended the American power industry, displacing coal and bringing consumers cheaper electricity.
Now the trucking industry, with its millions of 18-wheelers moving products like potato chips, underarm deodorant and copy paper around the country, … Read More