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J&J Completes First Fleet of CNG Trucks

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CNG Conversions of 2015 F-250, F-350 Now Covered By Both EPA and CARB

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Cutting the Ribbon on Metro Taxi’s Public Access Fueling Station for CNG

In September 2011, the Metro Taxi Team along with local and state officials and energy and disability advocates cut the ribbon on Metro Taxi’s Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Public Access Fueling Station for all type CNG vehicles.

Green Car Reports - Prototype Natural-Gas Vehicles Use Gasoline as Range Extender

Green Car Reports - Prototype Natural-Gas Vehicles Use Gasoline as Range Extender

But what if you could design a vehicle that had just enough natural gas to run 50 to 75 miles--without any change to its cargo space? That's just what vehicle-development consultant Carlab designed--four of them, in fact--and we drove the prototypes last month.

Frito-Lay will build 7 public CNG fueling stations this year

Frito-Lay will build 7 public CNG fueling stations this year

Frito-Lay already boasts the seventh largest private fleet in the county and plans to expand it to 208 CNG trucks by the end of 2013. That will bring the total amount of CNG trucks to 20 percent of the fleet, cutting more than 7,863 metric tons of carbon emissions.
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Ozinga Energy placing it’s stamp on CNG fueling in Northern Illinois and Indiana

Ozinga Energy placing it’s stamp on CNG fueling in Northern Illinois and Indiana

Ozinga built its first CNG fueling station at its Chicago headquarters after deciding in 2011 to transition its ready-mixer fleet to CNG. Today the company operates more than 110 CNG mixers, making the Ozinga the largest fleet operator of CNG concrete ready-mixers in North America and quite possibly, in the world.

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