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New Study Reports U.S. Shale Gas Production Benefits Consumers’ Bottom Dollar
 
More than just a clean and abundant energy source, a new study shows that U.S. shale gas production is fueling the American economy too.
 
The Economic and Employment Contribution of Shale Gas in the United States, was conducted by IHS Global Insight, and measures the impact of U.S. shale gas production on growth of jobs, economic value and government revenues through 2035.

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New Study Reports U.S. Shale Gas Production Benefits Consumers’ Bottom Dollar
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CNG Takes the Bus...
... And It's Not Just Buses
Local Profiles
Redefining Refueling
 
A new CNG station opened up in Clearwater, Florida earlier this month. The third one in the state—but the first in the Tampa Bay area—it is open to the city’s fleet vehicles (including municipal vehicles like garbage trucks), as well as the general public.
 
The garbage trucks alone, said Brian Langille, operation manager for Clearwater Gas System, go through about 40 gallons of fuel a day, and he hopes to save $15,000 to $20,000 a year, just by switching to American natural gas.

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One Man's Trash is Another Man's Fuel
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Waste Not, Want Not
Natural Gas 101
The Ways and Means of Natural Gas
 
On September 22nd, two representatives of the NGV industry were asked to testify before the joint hearing of the House Ways and Means Subcommittees on Select Revenue Measures and Oversight. Andrew Littlefair (President and CEO) testified for Clean Energy Fuels and Hank Ziomek (Vice-President) testified for Titeflex Corp.
 
Littlefair emphasized that the benefits of natural gas as an abundant and domestic energy source have been widely accepted and then underscored how the use of that natural gas to displace foreign petroleum could benefit the country.

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Leader of the Pack
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GM Joins Fleet Frenzy
Policy Makers
Four Governors Sign Memorandum of Understanding to Convert State Fleets to Natural Gas
 
Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper, Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin, Wyoming Governor Matthew Mead and Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett signed a promise to convert some of their states' transportation fleets to compressed natural gas (CNG). The joint memorandum of understanding, which may be pursued nationally by the National Governors Association, aims to create a critical mass of mostly light-duty fleet vehicle purchases to entice automakers to manufacture CNG vehicles.

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Four Governors Sign Memorandum of Understanding to Convert State Fleets to Natural Gas
No Argument Unanswered
NAT GAS Act Introduced to Senate
A Cleaner Way to Work
In the new year, Congress extends effective tax credits
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