Clean Energy Fuels Corp. recently announced that it was awarded two new fueling station construction projects, and that its Facility Modification Services (FMS) division continues to grow with multiple projects underway, including three for Cummins Inc.’s Sales and Service business.
Infineum has been tracking the trends in diesel fuel quality via its biennial Winter Diesel Fuel Survey since 1985, providing the industry with a comprehensive picture of the global changes. Here, Infineum outlines the key trends revealed by its 2016 Survey, which saw 335 fuel samples collected from 50 countries around the world and analyzed for over 30 parameters.
“We find that the LCFS credit of $120 per metric ton of CO2, if taken alone enables up to 14 bcf of RNG into the transportation fueling infrastructure over the study period, 6.3 bcf from landfill, 1.5 bcf from waste-water treatment, 1.75 bcf from municipal solid waste and 4.3 bcf from dairy,” according to the study.
Demand for gasoline particulate filters is being driven by new regulations in Europe and China, which establish more stringent emissions limits and address particulates released by gasoline direct-injection (GDI) engine vehicles. GDI engine vehicles are increasingly popular as consumers demand better fuel economy without sacrificing engine performance.
CNG Fuels is developing a nationwide network of refueling stations on major trunking routes fed by the high-pressure gas grid. Low processing, transportation and electricity charges make CNG a low-cost, clean solution, according to the company.