Westport Fuel Systems Inc. today announced that it has signed definitive agreements with its joint venture partner in India, UNO MINDA Group, to sell the assets of its wholly owned subsidiary Rohan BRC Gas Equipment Pvt. Ltd. to Minda Emer Technologies Ltd., a 50%/50% joint venture owned by Westport Fuel Systems and UNO MINDA.Find out more
Westport Fuel Systems Inc. have been awarded a competitive tender bid by the Egyptian International Gas Technology Company to supply 6,300 compressed natural gas sequential injection fuel systems into the growing Egyptian market in 2020.Find out more
Westport Fuel Systems Inc. announced today that BRC Gas Equipment was awarded a competitive tender bid by Algeria’s National Company for Petroleum Products Marketing and Distribution to supply 40,000 liquid petroleum gas sequential injection systems to be delivered into the growing Algerian market in 2018.Find out more
Westport Fuel Systems Inc. today announced the appointment of Tony Guglielmin to the company’s Board of Directors, effective January 7, 2021.
2020 Year in Review and What’s Driving Momentum in 2021
Cummins Westport Inc. today announced changes to its Board of Directors and Management in accordance with the terms of the 50/50 Joint Venture Agreement between Cummins Inc. and Westport Fuel Systems Inc.
Program Applies HPDI to an Updated Base Engine Platform
Westport Fuel Systems Inc. today announced today that the Company has established an at-the-market equity offering program.
Swedish truck maker Volvo said it’s seeing hauliers and transport buyers moving towards refrigerated liquefied gas as a cheaper and more environmentally friendly alternative to diesel.
The Maruti Suzuki WagonR S-CNG has emerged as the highest selling natural gas vehicle in the country, as this greener and safer factory-fitted CNG model has surpassed 300,000 units in sales.
While much attention has shifted to the potential for battery-electric or hydrogen vehicles, another technology with a vast infrastructure — renewable natural gas — is gaining traction among fleet managers.
Egypt has launched an ambitious plan to shift the primary fuel for vehicles in its jurisdiction from petrol and diesel to compressed natural gas.
Natural gas vehicles (NGV) may get a boost as power markets and renewable equipment production are seen as potential casualties.