Many in the transportation sector are looking to natural gas as a more environmentally friendly option to diesel fuel. That move might not prove beneficial.
Improving fuel efficiency will save the trucking industry $40 billion a year — and Richard Branson wants to tell us how.
Compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquefied natural gas (LNG) remain popular despite the drop in diesel prices.
German car manufacturer Audi has created a potential game changer with its successful development of a diesel fuel made from water, carbon dioxide, and green oil.
UPS, a leader in natural gas (NG) use, has announced a deployment of 1,400 new compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles — both package cars and tractors — into early 2016.
Mack Trucks is increasing its use of the fuel and recently announced that NG versions of its Pinnacle series trucks will get a few upgrades this year.
Trucks have previously lagged behind cars when it comes to using alternative fuel sources, but increasing consumer demand and dwindling natural resources is putting more pressure on manufacturers than ever before.
The results of a new study found no link to new diesel engines and lung cancer, a significant improvement when compared to pre-2007 engines.