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FastFlow CNG Partners with GAIN to Bring CNG to Laredo

Laredo, TX – July 6, 2016 – GAIN® Clean Fuel, a brand of U.S. Gain, is continuing their partnership with FastFlow CNG, a division of Independence Fuel Systems (IFS) to build and manage another GAIN Clean Fuel and FastFlow CNG co-branded Compressed Natural Gas station in Southern Texas. The station, located at 15668 N US… Read more »

FastFlow CNG Partners With Gain Clean Fuel to Expand CNG Network

Texas triangle shipping to benefit from GAIN® Clean Fuel and Fast Flow CNG partnership Appleton, WI – June 29, 2015 – GAIN® Clean Fuel, a brand of U.S. Gain, is partnering with FastFlow CNG, a division of Independence Fuel Systems (IFS) to locate three GAIN Clean Fuel compressed natural gas stations (CNG) in Texas. Two… Read more »


A recent interview by Susan Shifflett, North and East Texas Marketing Coordinator, for the Railroad Commission with Brad Thiessen, Director of Operations, for Independence Fuel Systems: It’s been open for nearly three weeks, and they already have five oilfield companies and an interstate trucking company refueling at the newly opened CNG station by Independence Fuel… Read more »

UPS turns to natural-gas trucks

WASHINGTON — United Parcel Service Inc. will purchase 285 more natural-gas powered trucks in 2014, covering every new heavy-duty vehicle purchased for its small-package delivery business, its chief operating officer said. The purchases will build on a previously announced buy of 700 natural-gas trucks, said David Abney, the Atlanta-based company’s chief operating officer. UPS sees… Read more »

Longview officials to weigh feasibility of natural gas

City of Longview staff members are considering switching to CNG trucks if council members agree to a comprehensive revamp of the city’s sanitation collection system. The proposal, which the City Council will consider during the city’s budget process, calls for a fleet of eight new Heil Multipack vehicles, which provide rear-load and automated side-load trash… Read more »

CNG Wins More Fans as East Texas Fueling Stations Become Reality

The long-sought promise of a less-expensive, cleaner and abundant fuel source for fleet and private vehicles is being fulfilled in East Texas. Compressed natural gas filling stations are beginning to open across the area, with the first such public station in Longview set to open in a few weeks. It is the first of three… Read more »

Bill Promotes Natural Gas-Powered Buses

HARRISBURG — Natural gas-powered school and public transit buses might be the newest development in the Pennsylvania’s natural gas sector. U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa., has introduced new legislation that supports the transition of natural gas as a vehicle fuel — creating a rebate program for the purchase of natural gas-powered buses, as well as… Read more »

Interest in CNG Vehicles Grows in East Texas, but Infrastructure Still Issue

The reason a business would commit resources to convert its fleet to run on compressed natural gas is simple. “Saving money,” Art Hughes, chief accounting officer for Buffco Production, said at a compressed natural gas summit in Longview this past week. “We operate two drilling rigs and a number of trucks, and CNG could make… Read more »

Love’s Buying CNG-Powered Tractors

Love’s Travel Stops is buying 50 new Freightliner Cascadia trucks with the Cummins Westport 12-liter compressed natural gas engine for its fleet of fuel haulers, operating under the Gemini Transport brand. Gemini, a sister company to Love’s, has been testing the 12-liter CNG engine in one of its Freightliner fuel trucks since September 2012. Read… Read more »