Government, Business, Fuel

Oil Demand Seen Peaking by 2023 While Climate Targets Are Missed

Trucks transporting oil exit a Valero facility Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg News

Within 20 years, oil use will have long since peaked, renewables and natural gas will account for about half of energy supply and the cost of keeping the lights on will plummet. But that still won’t be enough to meet climate goals, according to a forecast from energy and maritime services company DNV GL Group AS.

Kelly Gilblom | Bloomberg News
September 10, 2018
Government, Business, Fuel, TCA

Mammoth Energy Services Expands Operations

Mammoth workers Cobra workers in Puerto Rico (Mammoth Energy Services Inc. via Youtube)

One of Oklahoma’s fastest-growing companies, Mammoth Energy Services, continued to expand in the second quarter, buying up two more companies and securing new contracts throughout the country.

Adam Wilmoth | The Oklahoman
August 9, 2018
Government, Fuel

US Cuts 2018 Crude Production Forecast Amid Lower Prices

Oilfield pumpjacks Al Seib/Los Angeles Times

U.S. crude producers are still set to pump record amounts of the commodity next year, but less so than previously projected, according to the latest government estimates.

Meenal Vamburkar | Bloomberg News
July 11, 2017
Business, Fuel

Shell Mulls LNG-Hub Network as Use by Trucks Expands

UPS freight UPS Inc.

Royal Dutch Shell, the oil company that spent more than $50 billion to buy natural-gas producer BG Group, is looking to expand demand for the fuel in transport to ensure its output is consumed.

Rakteem Katakey | Bloomberg News
July 11, 2017
Business, Fuel

Clean Energy Fuels Appoints Frank Meyer President of Compression Unit

Clean Energy Fuels Corp. appointed Frank Meyer president of subsidiary Clean Energy Compression.

Transport Topics
May 16, 2017
Business, Fuel

Clean Energy Expands Customer Base

Clean Energy Fuels Corp.

Mark W. Clemons Trucking, a U.S. Postal Service carrier, has named Clean Energy Fuels Corp. its preferred provider for compressed natural gas fueling services in Arizona and California.

Transport Topics
September 2, 2016
Equipment, Fuel

Energy Efficiency at Facilities Brings Sizable Savings to Fleets, OEMs

Efficiency improvements and energy-reduction strategies at trucking facilities are saving fleets and original equipment manufacturers money and time. Even minor changes — such as conversion from older, high-intensity-discharge (HID) lights to skylights or to light-emitting diode (LED) lighting in offices and break rooms — result in lower electric bills, increased visibility and greater employee satisfaction, facility managers said.

Susan L. Hodges | Contributing Writer
June 17, 2016
Business, Fuel

Clean Energy Posts 1Q Loss But Reports Higher Natural-Gas Sales

Clean Energy Fuels Corp.

Natural-gas fueling provider Clean Energy Fuels Corp. reported a wider first-quarter net loss than a year ago but said it delivered 27% more fuel.

Transport Topics
May 18, 2015
Business, Fuel

Clean Energy Reports 1Q Loss; Deliveries Rise

Michael G. Malloy/TT

Clean Energy Fuels Corp. reported a first-quarter loss, but its revenue and natural-gas deliveries increased.

Transport Topics
May 9, 2014
Business, Fuel

Clean Energy to Supply LNG to UPS Stations in Texas

TT File Photo

Clean Energy Fuels Corp. announced that it has signed an agreement to provide liquefied natural gas for two private UPS stations in Texas.

Transport Topics
November 14, 2013