We are on the cusp of a new era in U.S. biodiesel, a transitional period between the chaos of the unknown and the order of predictability. By June 1, the U.S. EPA will do what it should have done long ago—release its proposed biomass-based diesel volum. . .
In a statement, NRG’s executive vice president and Gulf Coast regional president, John Ragan, said that “Developing greater and more flexible capabilities to leverage biogas, stranded and traditional natural gas reserves and potentially captured carbon di. . .
The study—published this week in “Environmental Science & Technology” and conducted by researchers with nonprofit advocacy group the Environmental Defense Fund—found that shifting to natural gas from diesel in the nation’s trucking sector “leads to damage. . .
The Federal Government is investing $28.5 million for the design and upgrades to diesel generating stations and fuel tank systems at core facilities through Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada.
"The ships will have diesel engines that will use heavy marine fuels, but are equipped with integrated exhaust scrubbers, which will remove 97 percent of sulphur oxides from exhaust streams," said Wayne Smith, Algoma senior vice president. "With the optim. . .