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  • helllllllloooooooooooooooo
    think we are going to be seeing more of each other............

  • cancerdotcom cancerdotcom Dec 16, 2014 9:02 PM Flag

    peterpal80 • 1 hour 31 minutes ago Flag
    The next frontier is putting CNG in trucks' diesel engines.

    putting cng in trucks is kinda the whole point of westport........

  • cancerdotcom cancerdotcom Dec 16, 2014 6:29 PM Flag

    i know 100 buses.....slow organic growth

  • Florida Transit Fleet Making Major Shift to Natural Gas
    in News Departments New & Noteworthy
    by NGT News on Tuesday December 16, 2014 print the content itemShare on email
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    The Jacksonville Transportation Authority (JTA), one of Florida's largest public transit fleets, has finalized an agreement whereby Clean Energy Fuels Corp. will design, build and operate a compressed natural gas (CNG) refueling station for the organization.

    JTA is eyeing the conversion of 100 buses from diesel to CNG, ultimately consuming an estimated 1 million DGE of CNG annually. In turn, the agreement also specifies that Clean Energy will handle comprehensive fleet facility modifications in order to facilitate JTA's conversion to heavy-duty natural gas vehicles.

    The overall deal is valued at $8.1 million.

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    Fsys plus wprt

    by cancerdotcom Dec 15, 2014 2:20 PM
    cancerdotcom cancerdotcom Dec 16, 2014 5:52 PM Flag

    gonna happen......

  • cancerdotcom cancerdotcom Dec 16, 2014 5:47 PM Flag

    i know ....70 percent of a good size cities vehicles......slow organic growth...... :)

    Most South Bend police cars, trash trucks, and other vehicles won't be filling up at local gas stations in the coming years. That's because they'll run on compressed natural gas.

    It's all because of a partnership with Transpo -- one that the city, Transpo itself, and people in our community will all benefit from.

    Transpo's new Compressed Natural Gas buses have been in town since September, but if you haven't seen them on the road, it's because they've been parked in a lot.

    “So we had an opportunity to take the buses before they were ready to go into service, to give us time to plan, to train our mechanics, to train our bus operators and ultimately get our compressed natural gas station built,” explained Transpo General Manager David Cangany.

    The compressed natural gas, or CNG station is being funded by grants and should be up and running by August.

    “Transpo will have the first fast fill station between Gary and Cleveland, along the toll road. So we'll be able to fill a bus between five and 10 minutes, that's the same amount of time it takes to fill a bus with diesel fuel,” said Cangany.

    And it won't just be Transpo that benefits, but also police cars, trash trucks, solid waste vehicles and snowplows.

    Kara Kelly, spokesperson for the City of South Bend says the city will have 60 vehicles ready to run on CNG when the fast-fill station opens and they plan to have 70 percent of the city fleet run on CNG over the next five years.

    The city estimates that over a decade using CNG will save the city at least $13 million in fuel costs.

    And it will available to you as well.

    “So it's huge not only for Transpo, but for our community and the region that we're going ....

  • cancerdotcom cancerdotcom Dec 16, 2014 12:01 PM Flag

    Yeah I know .....sloow organic ? Inorganic? Growth :)

  • CLNE Ends 2014 With Major Transit Deal and Multiple Stations
    December 17, 2014
    CLNE completes 69 stations in 2014
    JTA to consume 1 million DGE CNG Gallons annually
    CLNE is to operate a (CNG) fueling station for the (JTA). The deal, valued at $8.1 million.
    Clean Energy also reported 5,510 additional natural gas year-to-date in 2014 a 23% increase from 2013.

    JTA Awards Clean Energy Multi-year $8.1 Million Station To support JTA’s fleet conversion to cleaner-burning natural gas buses, JTA’s conversion of 100 buses from diesel
    JTA anticipates saving approximately $5.7 million by switching to natural gas fuel. The facility will be publicly accessible for local fleets.
    Morongo Basin Transit Authority (MBTA) Renews Clean Energy CNG Facility Maintenance Contract
    MBTA fuels its fleet of 28 CNG vehicles at MBTA’s two private CNG fueling stations.
    UPS Continues Deployment of Largest Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Fleet in North America
    CLNE opened its Houston Flying J natural gas station to fuel 10 UPS heavy-duty LNG trucks.
    These tractors are expected to consume approximately 240,000 DGEs of LNG annually.
    Kroger’s New Natural Gas Fleet Expected to Consume 1 Million Gallons of LNG Annually Supplied by Clean Energy
    The first 11 natural gas trucks in Fred Meyer’s fleet of 40 recently hit the roadin Oregon.
    Kenan Advantage Group (KAG) Begins Hauling
    KAG commenced hauling LNG from CLNE plant using 13 LNG-fueled trucks.
    Norbert Dentressangle to Deploy Seven CNG Trucks
    Additional Public Truck-friendly Stations Recently Opened
    Albany, Ga., opened for Raven Transport
    Charlotte, N.C., opened for G & P Trucking
    Carlisle, Pa., opened for GIANT/MARTIN’S
    West Sacramento, Calif., opened for Chavez Trucking
    Midland, Texas, opened for Dillon Transport
    The Following Fleets expanded
    Water Recovery, LLC, of Jacksonville, Fla.,
    NorCal Beverage of West Sacramento, Calif., began fueling heavy-duty LNG
    Vend Catering expanded its natural gas fleet with additional heavy-duty CNG trucks

  • Replace coal.....trucks....trains....and boats......

  • cancerdotcom cancerdotcom Dec 16, 2014 10:51 AM Flag

    200 truck a big deal

  • cancerdotcom by cancerdotcom Dec 16, 2014 10:12 AM Flag

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  • cancerdotcom cancerdotcom Dec 16, 2014 10:02 AM Flag

    This is a pretty big deal....why doesn't Westport take the opportunity to say a few words

    I don't know....the whole thing is odd .......synergy is odd..the massive financing is odd....

  • cancerdotcom cancerdotcom Dec 16, 2014 9:37 AM Flag

    ds.solomon • 6 seconds ago
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    cancer, stay positive. Over the last year this board has posted negative responses and bashed the company 80% of the time. The stock has fallen from $22 to $3.45. Can't help but wonder if 80% of the posts were positive if the trend would go the other way.

    Stop wondering.....nothing that happens here effects the stock all....ever not even a billionth of a penny
    It's actually the other way around...

  • cancerdotcom cancerdotcom Dec 16, 2014 9:30 AM Flag

    pngggjones • 21 seconds ago
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    True, it is what it is: Slow Organic Growth..

    No reversal; no spike in prices until there is major news. This is all in management's control... How about, "Demers Announces His Retirement, Effective Dec. 30, 2014"?
    Now that would move the needle...IMO

    I wish you could just say yes that congress news is a good thing and talk about that...and not smother every topic with your standard well known complaints .....with that said...

    Besides firing dreamers.....what else is really in managements control....getting someone to buy a few 1000 engines ?

  • cancerdotcom cancerdotcom Dec 16, 2014 9:15 AM Flag

    pngggjones • 11 minutes ago Flag
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    Slow Organic Growth...
    C'mon Cancer you're not going to reverse the trend with these posts. You have got to do better than this... More importantly, MANAGEMENT has to do better than this. IMO

    C'mon jones you don't have to post negative to everything

    This happens to be a bit of good is was it is

  • Natural Gas Closer to Becoming Mainstream U.S. Transportation Fuel
    December 16, 2014 | USA, Washington DC

    U.S. natural gas filling station locations map (Image: NGVAmerica)
    Last week the U.S. Senate Committee on Armed Services reached agreement with House of Representative counterparts regarding the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2015, resulting this week in the passage of provision that will incentivize the production of natural gas vehicles (NGVs).

  • cancerdotcom cancerdotcom Dec 16, 2014 8:00 AM Flag

    Peterbilt-Westport Conversions to Convey Synergy PASS Box Across USA

    Peterbilt-Westport Conversions to Convey Synergy PASS Box Across USA

    December 15, 2014 | USA, Atlanta GA
    Synergy Natural Resources, an oil and gas industry holding company based in Fayetteville, Georgia, has signed a deal to convert 200 Peterbilt trucks to natural gas. Westport Fuel Systems out of Louisville, Kentucky is supplying Westport dual tank icepack kits for the conversion for a total cost of $7.5 million.
    Synergy is ramping up for the demonstrations all across the U.S. of their PASS Box technology. The entire project budget for Synergy is $94 million. These trucks will use 13 trailer mounted mobile natural gas refuelers provided by NuBlu Innovations out of Flower Mound, TX. NuBlu is developing a natural gas liquification facility in West Texas.
    Synergy is revolutionizing the transport of bulk aggregate while taking clean fuel initiatives for its fleet.

  • cancerdotcom cancerdotcom Dec 15, 2014 8:17 PM Flag

    Synergy Natural Resources receives funding for PASS box fleet
    By: AJOT | Dec 08 2014 at 05:23 PM | Intermodal

    Synergy Natural Resources has acquired a funding commitment by Pacific Western Equipment Finance (Pac West) for the launch of the PASS Box(TM) container aggregate delivery system. Pac West’s plan for funding the leases of the PASS Box is now commencing. As the first transaction of an approved $540 million financing plan, $50 million of the funding is budgeted for 500 PASS Box(TM) containers, 240 Cheetah ISO trailer chassis, and 50 Peterbilt natural gas trucks that are to be used in the fracturing sand market for delivery to oil & gas drilling operations and to those customers or suppliers in that industry. This is just the first step in a venture that shall change the way that aggregate materials are delivered internationally.

    Synergy Natural Resources, LLC invented and developed the revolutionary PASS Box(TM). A weatherproof portable aggregate supply system. Customers may transport dry bulk aggregate such as sand, cement or grain throughout the intermodal chain without having to unload the product. The ability to transfer from ship to rail to truck and stacked at the site makes the PASS Box(TM) a worldwide logistical solution.

  • cancerdotcom cancerdotcom Dec 15, 2014 7:47 PM Flag

    its a sloppy announcement....i expect a rewrite...with clarifications

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