REGISTER HERE OCTOBER 10, 2013 10:00 AM»11:00 AM (Pacific) / 1:00 PM» 2:00 PM (Eastern) At this free Westport webinar, learn about the decision-making process Tri-Star Construction president Mark Huff followed to transition his fleet to natural gas. Mark will discuss: The process he used to make his decision, Key resources available to fleet owners considering the transition, Useful metrics and […]
Governor’s Energy Conference, Wednesday, October 9th in Tulsa at the Cox Business Center (formerly the Tulsa Convention Center). Details and registration information available here.
Clean Cities Stakeholder Meeting, Tuesday, October 8, 9:00 am – Rob Little of Roush Propane will discuss fleet applications for propane. We will also be introducing the newest member of our Tulsa Clean Cities team, Eric Pollard. This meeting will be in our building (2 West 2nd Street, Tulsa), but in The Tulsa Chamber’s new […]
NeWSoloutions (Tulsa’s new refuse hauler) will host an open house and grand opening of their new CNG station, built by Tulsa Gas Technologies, on Monday, October 7th mid-morning. More details about this event will be posted as the date approaches.
A Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Workshop for Public and Private Fleet Operators, Business Leaders, and Energy/Transportation Policymakers. Summary New technological advancements have recently unlocked significant reserves of natural gas in the United States. The Shale Gas Revolution is leading the way for an energy renaissance in our country providing cheaper and cleaner energy to the […]
The Oklahoma State Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Certification Course will be offered several times in August and September by The Professional Development Institute at Oklahoma City Community College (OCCC).The three-day course is designed for technicians who are well versed in electrical and engine performance systems. It will be offered August 12-14, September 4-6 and September […]
Tulsa Area Clean Cities will be having a meeting to present an overview of the Department of Energy Grant recently awarded to Tulsa Area Clean Cities. This grant was funded at $750,000 for planning purposes to reduce barriers to wider implementation of alternative fuels and fueling infrastructure. We will be presenting the 11 projects and will have some of […]