• Recently, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) announced it will begin limiting the amount of sulfur in fuel oil used aboard ships from 3.5% to 0.5% beginning January 1, 2020, with the intent of reducing emissions. Approximately 121,000 board ships would be impacted by this new regulation and have several options to comply,... Learn More

  • U.S. Gain and BioResource Development (BRD) announce the start-up of a renewable natural gas (RNG) production facility located at Water and Resource Recovery Center in Dubuque, Iowa. The state-of-the-art facility will transform biomethane produced at the wastewater treatment plant into premium, usable RNG for the transportation fuels market. ... Learn More

  • U.S. Gain President Mike Koel is no stranger to taking risks. He’s the force behind the business division’s formation in 2009 when he identified the demand in providing fleet operators with environmentally-friendly, cost-effective alternative fuel options. Since then, GAIN Clean Fuel has worked cooperatively with transportation companies across the country... Learn More

  • It’s no secret that alternative fuel is a proven strategy to reduce transportation-related emissions. But have you also considered what other benefits a change in fuel can bring to the table? In this post, we’ll cover 3 reasons that fleets are converting to renewable natural gas as their alternative fuel... Learn More

  • It’s incredible to see commonality of headlines spanning across industries – all pointing to significantly higher freight demand. The cause for this increase? Like anything, it’s debatable, but in part due to a substantial growth in consumer online shopping. As consumers shift more of their spending online, retailers are creatively... Learn More

  • Greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reductions are a part of nearly every corporate sustainability plan. Switching to cleaner energy options can deliver savings to achieve GHG reduction targets. But, where do you focus next? How can you continue to find projects that satisfy GHG emission reductions you’ve committed to?... Learn More


  • Submitted on: Feb 06, 2019, by Ozinga Energy (#760)

    CalPortland® Co. is altering the profile of ready mixed delivery on its southern California home turf. Throughout the second half of 2017, flagship concrete business Catalina Pacific® logged the largest compressed natural gas-fueled mixer truck order to date: 118 Kenworth T880S-mounted, 10.5-yd. McNeilus Bridgemaster Transit models, running Cummins Westport Near-Zero ISL G... Learn More

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