natural gas trucking

Cummins expects growth in natural gas engines

| August 23, 2012

While enthusiasm is high for natural gas-powered vehicles, diesel engines will continue to power 90 percent of trucks, especially in linehaul applications, said Cummins' Lori Thompson

CVOC: Natural gas poised for growth

| August 22, 2012

Interest in natural gas as a heavy-duty truck fuel remains high and the fuel will increase as diesel prices rise, said analysts at the 2012 Commercial Vehicle Outlook Conference.

Natural gas: Ready for prime time? Part 1

| August 16, 2012

Industry begins to accept expensive natural gas engines running on cheaper fuel, in spite of power and range tradeoffs.

Report: Natural gas a critical fuel for U.S. transportation sector

| August 07, 2012

A study of alternative fuel options for on-road transportation has concluded that natural gas is a promising fuel from both an economic and technology perspective.

Does natural gas ‘have legs’ in trucking?

| May 30, 2012

Greg Burns, CEO of PLS Logistics Services in Pittsburgh, set out to find somewhat of an answer to this question by polling 100 fleets about their thoughts on the future of trucking fuel.

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