Overview of Natural Gas Uses

First used to power street lamps and wealthy homes in the 1800s, the number of natural gas applications available today is astounding.  Generation of electricity Natural gas plays a far greater role in energizing our power grid than most Americans realize. In fact,...

RNG to Meet Growing Demand in the Pacific Northwest

Always at the forefront of environmental progress, Oregon is leading the way in making renewable natural gas not just a utilities issue, but one that reaches the highest levels of government in the state. Less than two years since bill SB 98 was signed into law by...

Large Organizations Pushing Forward with Natural Gas Fleets

As the push to get more natural gas vehicles on American roads continues, six big organizations are paving the way with early adoption. LA Metro According to So Cal Gas, LA Metro buses have now driven more than a billion miles on compressed natural gas (CNG). Metro is...

Renewable Natural Gas for Sustainable Agriculture

Biomethane or biogas is a natural byproduct that is produced from biomass waste in any agricultural setting. Long seen as a pollutant or waste product that had to be burnt off or dispersed into the atmosphere, this very byproduct may be the present and future key to...