The biggest energy innovation of the decade is natural gas—more specifically what is called "unconventional" natural gas. Some call it a revolution. Yet the natural gas revolution has unfolded with no great fanfare, no grand opening ceremony, no ribbon cutting. It just crept up. Read more.
A number of companies and nonprofit groups have come together to form the Metroplex Natural Gas Vehicle Consortium. The new group aims to develop new transportation markets for natural gas vehicles (NGVs) and a fueling infrastructure in the North Texas region.Read More
There are about 6.5 million heavy trucks on America's highways. Upgrading just 350,000 of them would reduce our oil imports by nearly 5 percent. Five percent of that would have kept over $1.2 billion recycling through the U.S. economy instead of the economies of countries like Saudi Arabia, Venezuela, Angola and Nigeria, which are among the seven largest exporters of oil to the U.S.Read more
Several companies and nonprofits have formed a new group to support the conversion of cars and trucks to using natural gas.
In addition, the Metroplex Natural Gas Vehicle Consortium is out to help “fleet operators” — meaning any organization that has a fleet of cars or trucks — find ways to secure natural-gas fueling stations for their vehicles. Read more.