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LA, LB Ports: Near-Zero-Emission Natural Gas Trucks Ready for Drayage Operations
Cummins Shows Medium-Duty Lineup, EPA/CARB Natural Gas Certifications
UPS Adding 6,000 Natural Gas Vehicles
Natural Gas Truck Sales Are on the Rise

Natural Gas Truck Sales Are on the Rise

Retail sales of U.S. and Canadian Class 8 Natural Gas trucks have increased in 2019, reversing the declining trend from the year before, according to ACT Research’s Alternative Fuels Quarterly.

July 29, 2019

NGVA Hails DOT's Adoption of its Recommended CNG Inspection Procedures

NGVA Hails DOT's Adoption of its Recommended CNG Inspection Procedures

U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for updating its heavy-duty natural gas vehicle fuel system tank inspection labeling requirements now match recommended guidance procedures the NGVA previously developed after a lengthy and collaborative review process.

June 24, 2019

UPS Makes Large Commitment to Renewable Natural Gas Through 2026
Mitsubishi Fuso Shows Off CNG-Fueled Concept Truck

Mitsubishi Fuso Shows Off CNG-Fueled Concept Truck

Mitsubishi Fuso Truck of America, Inc. unveiled its Fuso FE CNG concept truck on April 24. Powered by compressed natural gas, the truck was developed with alternative fuels system provider Agility Fuel Solutions

April 24, 2019

SoCalGas Reduces Price of Compressed Natural Gas

SoCalGas Reduces Price of Compressed Natural Gas

Southern California Gas Co. is lowering the price of compressed natural gas at its 13 public access natural gas vehicle fueling stations by 12 cents per gallon beginning April 1.

March 26, 2019

Agility Natural Gas Fuel System Approved for California
California Utility Supports Natural Gas Truck Funding Program
Heavy-Duty Natural Gas Truck Sales Down in 2018
McDonald's Adds Natural Gas Trucks to Logistics Network in Spain
Class 8 Natural Gas Truck Sales Slide by 30%
SoCalGas to Offer RNG at Fueling Stations
Natural Gas Is Still the King of Alternative Fuels