Truck fleets fuelling with natural gas
Looking to reduce your greenhouse gas emissions as well as your fuelling costs? Natural gas has become the choice for leading fleet operators around the world. Advances in technology have paved the way for lowering emissions through the use of natural gas engines and advanced fuel storage systems. By using natural gas, you can shrink your operating costs and your environmental footprint.
Environmental benefits of CNG, LNG and RNG-fuelled truck fleets
We're working with our industry and government partners to rethink a lower-carbon future for BC.
Learn about the environmental benefits of converting your fleets and vehicles to compressed natural gas (CNG), liquified natural gas (LNG) and Renewable Natural Gas (RNG)1, to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve air quality in the communities you operate in.
CNG vs. LNG: how to choose your natural gas fuel type
We can help you determine whether you should be considering a CNG or LNG-fuelled vehicle upgrade—learn more here.
Map of natural gas fuelling stations in BC
Find out where your fleet can fuel up with CNG or LNG: use the map here to find local fuelling stations.
Dealership reference guide for natural gas vehicles
We want to help you stay ahead of the curve, helping your customers make the transition from gasoline or diesel-fuelled trucks to cleaner, more cost effective natural gas-fuelled trucks. Learn more about the benefits of natural gas vehicles.
Natural gas fuelling station design and construction services
Find out how we can help you design, construct and operate a CNG or LNG fuelling station, and see where we’ve already built fuelling stations in BC.
1Renewable Natural Gas (also called RNG or biomethane) is produced in a different manner than conventional natural gas. It is derived from biogas, which is produced from decomposing organic waste from landfills, agricultural waste
and wastewater from treatment facilities. The biogas is captured and cleaned to create Renewable Natural Gas.
2The Renewable and Low Carbon Fuel Requirements Regulation has a carbon intensity for electric vehicles of 19.73 grams of carbon dioxide equivalent per megajoule of energy (gCO2e/MJ) compared to Renewable Natural Gas (also called RNG or biomethane) at 10 gCO2e/MJ (weighted average). The default carbon intensity for battery electric vehicles electricity in British Columbia is 19.73 gCO2e/MJ on a well-to-wheel basis according to the Renewable and Low Carbon Fuel Requirements Regulation. The approved carbon intensities for RNG used for transportation in British Columbia are negative -86.47 to 10.5 gCO2e/MJ on a well-to-wheel basis according to the Renewable and Low Carbon Fuel Requirements Regulation. This is from the list of approved carbon intensities.