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'Carbon-Removing' Gas Stations: The Future of Transportation?

March 4, 2015 by Noah Deich
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Carbon Removal and Transportation

Over the past several decades, gas stations have remained largely immune to the disruption that has radically altered other industries. But as climate change continues to increase, the imperative for innovation at the pump will start to increase significantly.[read more]

LNG Transport Applications Abound; Offer Environmental Benefits

October 31, 2014 by Jared Anderson
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LNG Transport

Intermodal transport – where goods arrive at major seaports and are transferred to trucks and trains – presents numerous economic and carbon emissions mitigation opportunities across the value chain by switching from fuels such as diesel to liquid natural gas.[read more]

Pondering Transportation Fuels

March 23, 2014 by Lou Grinzo
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Thanks to the snow we got recently, I found myself walking past my Leaf in the garage to the snow blower, which I had to refill with gasoline before clearing out my driveway. While I was pouring about a quart into the snow blower’s tank, I wondered: Would it make sense to run cars on gasoline?[read more]

Planes, Trains, & Pretty Much Everything Else More Efficient Than Cars

January 18, 2014 by Joshua Hill
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A new report released by a research professor at the University of Michigan Research Institute looking at data collected from 1970 to 2010 has shown that pretty much every form of transportation is more efficient than the good old-fashioned light-duty vehicle.[read more]