Tagged Emissions

SEALNG COO: no alternative fuel can match LNG

Rate this article By LNG World News As 2020 looms, there is growing consensus that LNG is the best solution for today and into the future towards 2050, as there are no alternative solutions that can match LNG’s emissions profile and scalability. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: LNG World News

Spain’s MOVES Plan Puts Brakes on NGV Support

Rate this article By NGV Global Scania R 410 Highline 4×2 LNG (Trento, Italy – Photo: Dan Boman) In Madrid on February 15, Spain’s Council of Ministers approved a proposal of the Ministry for the Ecological Transition which regulates the incentive program for efficient and sustainable mobility (MOVES Program). Unlike the previous two iterations and…

Natural Gas Futures Initiative Launched by University of BC

Rate this article By NGV Global The University of British Columbia’s Clean Energy Research Centre (CERC) has launched a major new initiative to investigate the sustainable development and use of gaseous fuels. Research priorities include the elimination of methane emissions and introduction of renewable sources as a means to decarbonize the natural gas energy system….

NYSERDA Funds Farm-related Clean Energy Technologies

Rate this article By NGV Global The New York State Energy and Research Development Authority (NYSERDA) has made $19 million available to accelerate the use of anaerobic digester projects and clean energy technologies to make farm operations more energy efficient. Emissions reduction, cost reduction and home-grown fuels will advantage farmers and the state. The use…

Škoda Octavia G-TEC Now with 1.5 Litre TSI Engine

Rate this article By NGV Global The 2019 Škoda Octavia G-TEC, presented at IAA 2018, comes with a new, more powerful 1.5-litre bi-fuel TSI engine (96 kW / 130 PS) and improved CNG range. Running on Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) reduces CO2 emissions by around 25 percent compared to petrol. In addition, significantly less nitrogen…

Dutch Boskalis chooses biofuel over LNG

Rate this article By LNG World News Dutch dredging company Boskalis said on Tuesday it will be boosting the use of biofuels to power its fleet of vessels as the company is looking to reduce emissions. “Various sea trials conducted by Boskalis have shown that sustainable biofuels lead to an impressive reduction in CO2 emissions…