Given rising gas prices and growing instability in key oil-producing regions of the world, it is increasingly obvious that the United States must aggressively promote the use of alternative energy sources while expanding the production of oil and natural gas at home.Read More
For the past two decades, the growing demand for energy in the U.S. has exceeded domestic supplies of crude oil and natural gas. Simply put, U.S. consumers are using more energy than can be supplied with domestically produced oil and natural gas, so as a result, we have increased our imports of these products.Read More
Dear friends and colleagues,
Our recent symposium, "Green Fleets: The Future is Now," generated a great deal of interest and excitement about natural gas vehicles.
In response, representatives from several large fleet operators and natural gas producers are in the early stages of organizing a Metroplex Natural Gas Vehicle Consortium.Read More