Texas

Texas has a long history of fueling America, from the great oil booms to today’s natural gas development of the Barnett and Haynesville shales.

Now, we need people from all over the Lone Star State to promote a more secure future for all of America.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Incentives

  • Alternative Fueling Infrastructure Grants
  • Natural Gas Vehicle (NGV) and Fueling Infrastructure Grants
  • Clean Vehicle and Infrastructure Grants
  • Alternative Fuel and Advanced Vehicle Research and Development Grants
  • Clean Fleet Grants
  • Renewable Fuel Production Grants
  • Heavy-Duty Natural Gas Vehicle (NGV) Grants
  • Natural Gas Fuel Rates and Alternative Fuel Promotion

Source: U.S. Dept. of Energy

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News

Apache Celebrates Houston Opening of Public Access CNG Station

Apache Corporation (NYSE, Nasdaq: APA) announced today the grand opening of its latest compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station

Love’s Travel Stops to Expand Fast-Fill CNG to Texas Triangle

Love’s Travel Stops today announced the addition of fast-fill compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling capability to service Class 8 trucks is underway at eight of its travel stops on the busy highways between Dallas, Houston and San Antonio.

New DART CNG Buses Roll Out

Dallas Area Rapid Transit has rolled out the first of hundreds of new buses meant to be more friendly to the environment.

Stripes Convenience Stores Partners with Apache to Offer Natural Gas Fueling

Stripes LLC, a subsidiary of Susser Holdings Corporation is partnering with Houston-based oil and gas company Apache Corporation to add natural gas fueling dispensers at selected Stripes® convenience store locations.

TxDOT announces pilot program using natural gas in its trucks

The Texas Department of Transportation announced a pilot program today in Irving that will have TxDOT trucks switching from gasoline to natural gas. At the Clean Energy Fuel Station on Briery Road, TxDOT officials unveiled four brand new trucks that will use compressed natural gas. Clean Energy Fuels Corp. has been tapped to provide the natural gas to TxDOT.