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14 Days and counting until our Texas Natural Gas Summit

Don’t miss the Texas Natural Gas Summit. Thursday October 23, 2014 from 10AM to 3PM at Palmer Events Center Austin Texas.


Fleet Solutions: Tips for Designing a CNG Fueling Station

Compressed natural gas (CNG) is considered one of the cleanest, safest and lowest cost vehicle fuels, and it’s produced in North America. However, it isn’t as simple to handle as conventional fuels such as gasoline and diesel. Not only are there added vehicle costs, the decision to construct a CNG fueling station is a major… Continue reading »


Trillium CNG’s New Compressor May Double Refueling Rate

Trillium President Mary Boettcher is bullish on the future of CNG in trucking. Trillium CNG announced a new compressor that has the potential to double the refueling rate for vehicles powered by compressed natural gas. This could allow more vehicles to fuel at one time and offer opportunities for future advances in CNG technology, according… Continue reading »


Energy Quote of the Day: ‘The Gulf Coast is Going to be the Place for Having Any Storage’

The US Gulf Coast is becoming the country’s preeminent petroleum storage hub as shale oil and natural gas liquids flow south to the massive refining and export center. In a move designed to capitalize on that trend, Enterprise Product Partners yesterday announced the $4.4 billion acquisition of storage company Oiltanking. And according to The American Lawyer: “Enterprise,… Continue reading »


Ford Names Nat G Qualified Vehicle Modifier

Houston-based Nat G CNG Solutions has been selected to join Ford’s Qualified Vehicle Modifier (QVM) program to provide fleets natural gas versions of Ford trucks and vans, the company has announced. Fleets can now turn to the Texas vehicle modifier for bi-fuel CNG versions of Ford’s light-duty and Super Duty pickup trucks, as well as… Continue reading »

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