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DEF and Natural Gas Who Wants It and Who Should Add It

November 1, 2015

DEF and Natural Gas Who Wants It and Who Should Add It

As engine technology advances, so do the fuels used to power the engines. New truck technology first introduced in 2010 required the use of diesel exhaust fluid (DEF), which requires additional fueling infrastructure in order for operators to offer it at the pump.

NCWM Votes Down Diesel Dispenser Filter and DGE Proposals

July 21, 2014

NCWM Votes Down Diesel Dispenser Filter and DGE Proposals

The National Conference on Weights and Measures (NCWM) took up several proposals of importance to truckstops and travel plazas at its annual meeting in Detroit, Mich., including items pertaining to diesel dispenser filter requirements and a proposal to create a diesel gallon equivalent (DGE) method of sale for compressed and liquefied natural gas.

Bill Would Change How LNG is Taxed

June 5, 2013

Bill Would Change How LNG is Taxed

New bipartisan legislation in the U.S. Congress seeks to amend the Internal Revenue Code to change the way liquified natural gas is taxed, from a volume (gallon) to an energy content (diesel gallon equivalent) basis.

China To Invest in U.S. Natural Gas Fueling Network

March 18, 2013

China To Invest in U.S. Natural Gas Fueling Network

ENN Group Co Ltd, one of China's largest private companies, is rolling out plans to establish a network of natural gas fueling stations for trucks along U.S. highways.

Clean Energy Completes the First Stage of America's Natural Gas Highway

December 10, 2012

Clean Energy Completes the First Stage of America's Natural Gas Highway

Clean Energy announced that it has completed the first stage of America's Natural Gas Highway, a network of liquefied natural gas (LNG) truck fueling stations located throughout the U.S.

Truckstop Executives, Carriers Discuss the Future of Natural Gas

December 3, 2012

Truckstop Executives, Carriers Discuss the Future of Natural Gas

Jimmy Haslam, chairman and CEO of Pilot Flying J, Frank Love, president of operations for Love’s Travel Stops, and Thomas O’Brien, CEO of TravelCenters of America spoke in the session “Infrastructure Hurdles: The Chicken or the Egg.”