Volvo AB's Volvo Trucks and Royal Dutch Shell PLC Collaborate to Put LNG in Trucks-Reuters


Wednesday, 27 Mar 2013 12:08pm EDT 

Reuters reported that Volvo AB's Volvo Trucks and Royal Dutch Shell PLC announced that they will collaborate to use liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a transport fuel focused on North America and Europe. The loose agreement aims at powering more of Volvo's heavy-duty commercial trucks with LNG. Volvo aims to have a new 13-litrer LNG engine for its long-haul trucking fleet by 2014. Shell has made moves to build LNG refueling stations in Canada and recently announced a decision to build two small-scale liquefaction plants that will form the basis of two transport corridors in North America. 

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