August 29, 2017
AMP Americas Secures $47 Million Investment for ampCNG’s Operations
AMP Americas, the parent company of ampCNG, is receiving a $47 million equity commitment from EIV Capital, a private equity firm focused on the energy industry. The capital infusion will enable ampCNG to invest in new biogas production, new CNG and RNG fueling stations, and its workforce.
Trillium CNG to Build CNG Operations Facility for Gold Coast Transit District
Trillium CNG, part of the Love’s Family of Companies, will design and build a CNG station for the Gold Coast Transit District in Oxnard as part of a new CNG maintenance and operations facility to support the agency’s fleet of CNG buses. The private station is scheduled to open in fall 2018. It will serve 56 CNG buses running in Ojai, Oxnard, Port Hueneme, Ventura, and unincorporated areas of Ventura County.
Clean Energy Signs Dallas, Ohio Contracts
LSG Sky Chefs, an airline catering company, will use an existing Clean Energy Fuels CNG fueling station at the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport to fuel its new fleet of 20 CNG catering trucks. Clean Energy expects the fleet to use 50,000 gges each year, reducing LSG Sky Chefs’ emissions by 132 metric tons annually.
In addition, the Portage County, Ohio, transportation authority has tapped Clean Energy to design and build a $2.8 million public CNG station to serve its eight new CNG buses.
Waste Management Hits Two Major NGV Milestones
Waste Management has opened its 100th natural gas fueling station, located in Oklahoma City. With 6,000 natural gas trucks across the U.S., the company now has one of the largest heavy-duty natural gas refuse truck fleets in North America.
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