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Oct
28

LNG Transport Applications Abound; Offer Environmental Benefits

Intermodal transport – where goods arrive at major seaports and are transferred to trucks and trains – presents numerous economic and carbon emissions mitigation opportunities across the value chain. High-horsepower transport like tractor trailers and railroad locomotives currently utilize diesel as their primary liquid fuel, but switching to liquefied natural gas can in many cases… Continue reading »

Oct
28

Boost natural-gas use to aid U.S. policy

America’s thirst for OPEC oil comes at a steep price. Nefarious groups operating in countries the U.S. buys oil from, such as Qatar and Kuwait, are funding ISIS and al-Qaeda. These terrorist groups are benefitting from these countries’ oil and gas wealth, much the same way cartels are in our hemisphere. Last year we bought… Continue reading »

Oct
27

American Energy is Breaking Records, Providing the Energy Americans Need

U.S. companies will export more energy than they import by 2025 as shale oil and gas production keeps climbing and the transportation sector becomes more efficient, Wood Mackenzie Ltd. said in a note today. Horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing in hydrocarbon-rich layers of shale rock have boosted U.S. oil and gas production by 42 percent… Continue reading »

Oct
24

Texas trucking fleet sets new standard in fuel efficiency

West Texas and New Mexico are continuing to make advances in fuel efficiency by outfitting their entire fleet of 1,200 semi-tractors with new aerodynamic technologies produced by FlowBelow Aero, an entrepreneurial company based in Austin, Texas. Since its founding in 1981, MVT has built a reputation in the trucking industry for operating the most fuel… Continue reading »

Oct
24

Texas Natural Gas Summit

Our 2014 Texas Natural Gas Summit was a great success. See video here:  Texas Natural Gas Summit .

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