Topic: LNG

UPS Has an Alt-Fuel Ambition

A delivery truck driver of one of UPS’ 96,176 vehicles worldwide — including delivery trucks, vans, tractors, and motorcycles — fuels a tractor with liquefied natural gas (LNG).

UPS sets a new goal of driving 1 billion miles in alt-fuel vehicles by 2017, benefiting the environmental, social, and economical aspects of sustainability.

Ryder's Natural Gas Fleet Reaches 15 Million Mile Mark

Ryder recently surpassed its goal of fueling its natural gas fleet for more than 15 million miles. Photo courtesy Ryder System

Commercial transportation and supply chain management solution provider Ryder System, Inc., recently met and surpassed its goal of running 15 million miles with the use of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and compressed natural gas (CNG).

UPS to Expand Natural Gas Footprint

The additional fueling stations will help support UPS' fleet of 1,000 LNG tractors.

UPS plans to invest approximately $50 million to add nine liquefied natural gas (LNG) fueling stations, bringing the total number of stations to 13.

Peterbilt Extends Natural Gas Engine Lineup

Peterbilt Motors Company announced the availability of the new 2013 Cummins Westport ISX12 G natural gas engine. The ISX12 G will not require a diesel particulate filter or a selective catalytic reduction system.

Chart Industries Increases Tank Capacity of LNG Truck Fuel System

For the 2013 model year, Chart's LNG truck fuel system has been integrated into a self-contained unit for simplified and expedited installation, and the maximum single tank capacity has been increased to greater than 100 diesel gallon equivalent (DGE) enabling extended driving range.

Construction of Natural Gas Stations Increases 87% in 2012

Clean Energy Fuels Corp. released the third edition of "The Road to Natural Gas," an update of its growing portfolio of customers making the switch to natural gas as a transportation fuel or expansion of their current fleets.

Linde Deploys 20 More LNG Trucks in U.S. Fleet

The LNG-fueled tractors are lighter in weight, allowing the company to increase payloads, improve service, and better manage fuel costs. In addition, the LNG tractors run more smoothly and quietly, according to the company.

Clean Energy Announces Completion of First Stage of LNG Fuel Stations

SEAL BEACH, CA − By the end of 2012, Clean Energy will have completed 70 new LNG truck fuel stations along highways that link major U.S. metropolitan areas.

Ryder’s Natural Gas Fleet Surpasses 6 Million Miles

MIAMI – Since deploying its natural gas truck program in 2011, the vehicles have replaced approximately 923,000 gallons of diesel fuel with natural gas and reduced emissions by more than 2,300 metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent emissions.

GE and Clean Energy Fuels Partner to Expand ‘America’s Natural Gas Highway’

HOUSTON - Clean Energy is purchasing two of GE’s ecomagination-qualified MicroLNG plants from GE Oil & Gas. The LNG fuel generated by these plants will be sold at Pilot-Flying J truck stops at various stations along transportation corridors in the U.S.

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