July 27th, 2015
The average annual mileage for a trailer-tractor is approximately 125,000 miles. In the United States, tractor-trailer fleets spend close to $100 billion per year on fuel. These are two major reasons for the growing focus on fuel efficiency in the trucking industry. Many trucking fleets are leaders in adopting and benefiting from fuel-saving technologies to improve efficiency. Mike Roeth, Operation Lead, at Trucking Efficiency says, “Fleets saved $477 million in 2014 by investing in efficiency technologies. These savings will grow as other fleets learn from their leadership.” Companies recognize the value and are embracing fuel efficiency technologies to reap the benefits of putting hard earned money back in the hands of fleet owners and operations.
Denver, Colorado – December 9th & 10th 2014
2014 Bakken Flaring Alternatives & Gas Capture Conference & Exhibit
The focus for this year’s conference is “Maximizing Gas Recovery In Compliance With Flaring Regulations”. Speakers as well as exhibitors from across the country will be presenting the latest updates and advances in Natural Gas capture, gas gathering infrastructure projects and right of way agreements. Energy and Environment, Inc., CEO Amir Sardari along with Vice of Operations, Paul Barr and Regional Manager, Don Baker are in attendance.
Energy and Environment, Inc., is a participating exhibitor and Amir Sardari and his team will be hosting exhibition style presentations during the conference.
The Daily Sentinel – Friday, February 28, 2014 3A
Liquefied natural gas plant could be built in Grand Valley by 2015
By Gary Harmon
“Consumers of natural gas, both in the U.S. and abroad, should think of the Piceance Basin
as a large, robust natural gas manufacturing area,”
said Kelly Flenniken, executive director of the economic partnership.
The Grand Valley by 2015 could be home to a company that produces liquefied natural gas and works to help energy companies meet stringent air-quality regulations, a participant in today’s Energy Forum & Expo said.Energy & Environment, Inc., based in Santa Ana, Calif., has been working with companies in California to meet air-quality requirements and is looking to expand its reach, said Amir Sardari, president and CEO. Sardari is to discuss his plans at 1:15pm today at the free forum and expo at Two Rivers Convention Center.
Energy & Environment, Inc. also takes natural gas from small, nearby sources that might otherwise dispose of or flare off the fuel. It takes the raw material and produces liquefied natural gas, Sardari said. The product is then sold to businesses near the clean-energy industrial parks the company plans to develop. Such small-scale liquefied natural gas plans have attracted related businesses to the company’s existing facilities elsewhere, Sardari said. A plant costing $15 million to $20 million could employ 15 to 20 people initially, Sardari said, noting that Energy & Environment is considering other locations in addition to the one in the Grand Valley.
Energy & Environment is working with Colorado Mesa University on the project. The university and the Grand Junction Economic Partnership also are working on another LNG project, funding research on the economic potential of liquefied natural gas. CMU awarded a $15,000 grant for the project. The project, led by John Harpole, president of Mercator Energy LLC in Littleton, is to focus on the economic potential of the Piceance Basin if proposed export terminals are approved. “Consumers of natural gas, both in the U.S. and abroad, should think of the Piceance Basin as a large, robust natural gas manufacturing area,” said Kelly Flenniken, executive director of the economic partnership. The Energy Forum & Expo runs from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the downtown convention center. It is open to the public.