Dillon and Ruan will be first trucking customers for new biogas fuel. (Photo courtesy of AMP Americas)

AMP Americas launches biogas division

May 5, 2016
Will source renewable compressed natural gas (RCNG) from Indiana site.

At the 2016 Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo this week, AMP Americas launched a new biogas division dubbed ampRENEW, which will source renewable compressed natural gas (RCNG) from its Fair Oaks Farms, IN, facility – making the fuel entirely from agricultural waste.

The company added that Dillon Transport and Ruan Transportation Management Systems signed fueling agreements with ampRENEW to fuel a portion of their fleets at ampCNG’s public-access fueling stations.

Dillon Transport will be served by ampCNG’s two fueling stations in Jacksonville, FL, while Ruan’s fleet – one of the first to use RCNG from Fair Oaks Farms – will continue to fuel at ampCNG’s three stations in Indiana

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