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Sep
29

Surging Oil and Natural Gas Production Bettering U.S. Economy

Observer-Reporter: For nearly an hour, Stephen Moore expended a lot of energy speaking about energy and the economy – and their inextricable link. “You cannot understand economics unless you understand energy,” he said in his opening. “The industry is carrying the rest of the U.S. on its shoulders. Without the energy boom going on, there… Continue reading »

Sep
26

Eagle Ford booms to the tune of $87 billion

The Eagle Ford Shale oil field had an $87 billion impact across South Texas last year and supported nearly 155,000 jobs, according to the University of Texas at San Antonio. The university’s latest report on the oil boom, released this morning, shows that South Texas’ traditional ranching, farming and hunting economy is increasingly eclipsed by… Continue reading »

Sep
25

Is Natural Gas the Right Fit for Your Fleet?

With U.S. natural gas production soaring, an increasing number of fleets are considering natural gas as a vehicle fuel. Proponents say natural gas vehicles (NGVs) are good for our economy, environment, national security, and a company’s bottom line. Fleet managers have never before had so many natural gas products and services available, spurred by unprecedented… Continue reading »

Sep
23

Love’s Fort Worth Grand Opening of Fast-Fill CNG Fueling Station

Sep
18

Ford Selects Nat G CNG Solutions as newest qualified vehicle modifier

Nat G CNG Solutions, a Houston-based company specializing in compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicle upgrades, has been selected as a Ford Motor Company Qualified Vehicle Modifier (QVM). Ford instituted the QVM Program to improve quality assurance for Ford vehicle modifications, including natural gas vehicle upgrades. Most of the Ford vehicles available for modification by Nat… Continue reading »

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