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Natural gas fueling station eyed in Dunbar

Fayette County would get a big boost if a compressed natural gas fueling station is built at the bus transit headquarters in Dunbar Township, county transportation officials said. “It would be huge for Fayette County,” said Kim Renze, Fayette Area Coordinated Transportation operational manager. “We are interested, and they have contacted us as one of the potential sites,” added Lori ...

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UPS wants to build 8 natural gas fuel stations in New Stanton

UPS Inc. wants to build eight stations dispensing compressed natural gas to fuel company vehicles at its facility in New Stanton. Marie Bolechowski of TruStar Energy of Fontana, Calif., reviewed plans with the borough planning commission this week. The facility would be the first in the community dispensing compressed natural gas, also known as CNG, borough officials said. “They’re for ...

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Natural gas station considered

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A compressed natural gas station in Pueblo County is coming closer to reality. But the Board of County Commissioners wants to see more detail on the workings of a grant with the Colorado Department of Local Affairs to bring the station here. Carl Chavez, fleet director for the county, told the board during its Monday work session that the private ...

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Bill to encourage use of natural gas vehicles

North Dakota lawmakers have introduced a bill that will provide incentives to vehicles powered by natural gas and the required fueling stations, reports The Bismarck Tribune. If passed, House Bill 1446 would set aside $1 million for sharing the costs of the construction of natural gas fueling stations and $3 million for helping to convert vehicles to utilize natural gas ...

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Public-Private Partnership board approves CNG project

HARRISBURG — The state is seeking a private partner to develop natural gas fueling stations at public-transit agencies that would also provide public access to these facilities, PennDOT announced Monday. The state Public-Private Partnership (P3) Board approved the project to develop the clean-burning compressed natural gas stations around the state. “This is a tremendous opportunity for PennDOT and its transit-agency ...

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PennDOT proposes natural gas fueling station program

There’s a bit of a chicken and egg issue with vehicles powered by natural gas — do you build the infrastructure (namely fueling stations) in anticipation of demand, or wait until the demand is there, which might never happen if people can’t fill up to begin with. The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is proposing a large natural gas infrastructure project ...

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Natural gas summit highlights newfound jobs for Texas

Zachary Toliver | Shale Plays Media Even with the surge of crude oil production in states like North Dakota and Texas, natural gas extraction has exponentially grown even more so. Problems such as lacking infrastructure or pricing are still significant but are dwindling, and now states like Texas are ready to further introduce natural gas into their already booming economy. ...

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Beer run: Anheuser-Busch to replace Houston diesel truck fleet with CNG

John Deede | Shale Plays Media Google+ Anheuser-Busch announced on Thursday that it will be replacing its 66 diesel trucks in Houston to compressed natural gas (CNG). Houston will be the first location where the Budweiser brewer will run an entire brewery fleet on CNG. Senior Director of Anheuser-Busch Transportation James Sembrot explained, ““Houston is a strategic choice due to the central location to ...

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