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October 22, 2012

Study Says Diesel Worse than Gasoline for Smog Component

A new study says diesel exhaust contributes 15 times more of a smog-causing chemical than gasoline engines, per liter of fuel burned. The University of California-Berkely study looked at secondary organic aerosol (SOA), a major component of smog

October 21, 2012

Judge Orders Rewrite of Hot Fuel Settlements

A judge has rejected many of the proposed settlement deals in the "hot fuel" class-action lawsuit, sending fuel refiners and retailers back to the drawing board

October 17, 2012

Largest CNG Fueling Facility in Georgia Open to the Public

American Fueling Systems celebrated the grand opening of its new Alternative Fueling Facility on Oct. 11. This new facility is not only the largest facility in Georgia but is also the first to be located in a high traffic area, according to the compan

October 17, 2012

Survey Shows 34 LNG Production Facilities for Vehicle Fuel

NGVAmerica and Zeus Intelligence announced a new information service for anyone interested in access to trailer loads of liquefied natural gas. The list is now publically accessible from the NGVAmerica website (www.ngvamerica.org)

October 15, 2012

Diesel Prices Hit Four-year High

Diesel prices have hit their highest level since September 2008

October 13, 2012

Pensacola and Emerald Coast Utilities Authority Open CNG Fueling Station

The city of Pensacola, Fla., and the Emerald Coast Utilities Authority have opened a new compressed natural gas fueling station. The city and utility plan to fuel 80 of their CNG fleet vehicles at the station

October 13, 2012

Smith Dairy Trucking Opens CNG Fueling Station in Northern Ohio

Smith Dairy Trucking unveiled a new Compressed Natural Gas fueling island in northern Ohio late this summer and is now making the station available to other fleets, around the clock, seven days a week

October 13, 2012

20th Annual National NGV Achievement Award Winners Announced

NGVAmerica and the Clean Vehicle Education Foundation, two organizations dedicated to increasing the use of natural gas-powered vehicles to improve air quality, have announced ten 2012 winners of the prestigious NGV Achievement Award in addition to one NGV Lifetime Achievement Award

October 9, 2012

Love's Opens First "Fast Fill" CNG Facility for Heavy-Duty Trucks

Love's Travel Stops opened its first compressed natural gas fuel facility designed for rapid fueling of heavy-duty trucks.

October 7, 2012

Ram Truck Dealers to Supply 19 States with Ram 2500 CNG-Powered Pickups

Chrysler Group announced that 13 Ram Truck dealers landed contracts with 19 states to supply their fleets with the new Ram 2500 Heavy Duty CNG pickup truck

October 4, 2012

Clean Energy to Bring CNG to Virginia

State and local governments in Virginia will be able to buy compressed natural gas from Clean Energy for their vehicle fleets, thanks to a recent agreement signed by the governor.

October 3, 2012

OPIS: California Low-Carbon Fuel Will Mean Higher Pump Prices

Californians could face even higher gasoline and diesel costs when new low carbon fuel regulations gain traction Jan. 1, warn fuel experts at the Oil Price Information Service, which says studies show price hikes of as much as $1 per gallon for gasoline and $2 per gallon for diesel could be on the wa

October 1, 2012

Gasoline, Diesel Prices Drop Slightly

This week the price at the pump for a gallon of diesel or a gallon of gasoline decreased marginally from last week

September 28, 2012

Pennsylvania Gets Public Access Compressed Natural Gas Station

Clean Energy opened its first public access compressed natural gas fueling station in Pennsylvania at Patch Management's headquarters in Fairless Hills, Bucks County.

September 26, 2012

Nopetro Opens CNG Facility in Tallahassee, Fla.

Nopetro LLC is opening a compressed natural gas facility in Tallahassee, Fla., which it says for the first time offers the state and the Southeast the prospect of a viable natural gas solution

September 24, 2012

Diesel Prices Down From Last Week

The average price of diesel dropped nearly 5 cents per gallon this week but remains over $4 a gallon

September 19, 2012

EPA Increases Biodiesel Production Requirements to 1.28 Billion Gallons

The Environmental Protection Agency announced it will require 1.28 billion gallons of bio-based diesel production in 2013, finalizing a standard it proposed more than a year ago

September 17, 2012

Diesel prices rise only slightly

Once again this week, the price of diesel per gallon has gone up only marginally over last week. Prices rose only 0.3 cents per gallon on average to $4.14, which is an increase of approximately 30 cents over prices last year

September 12, 2012

Brenntag North America Expands DEF Infrastructure

Brenntag, a distributor of diesel exhaust fluid, expanded its North American DEF infrastructure by installing bulk diesel exhaust fluid tanks at six additional facilitie

September 6, 2012

Utah's Second LNG Station Completes 700-Mile Corridor

Utah's second liquefied natural gas fueling station celebrated its grand opening in Beaver, Utah, Aug. 30, after opening Aug. 3

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