AMP AMERICAS IN THE NEWS
The New Food Economy: How cow poop could power the emissions-free hydrogen car of the future
February 8, 2018 - Cows and cars are two of the worst polluters. Now, California is piloting a barn-to-biogas closed loop where farm waste will fuel the next generation of climate-friendly cars.
February 6, 2018 - Renewable Dairy Fuels (RDF), a business unit of AMP Americas, announced at the 2018 Rethink Methane Symposium, that construction is underway on the country’s largest on-farm anaerobic digester-to-vehicle fuel operation.
December 8, 2017 - Public ampCNG Station in Buda, TX, to serve anchor fleet US Foods.
UPS Pressroom: UPS Dramatically Increases Use Of Renewable Natural Gas
November 20, 2017 - UPS signed a five-year agreement earlier this year with AMP energy for 1.5 million gallon equivalents of RNG per year from the Fair Oaks dairy farm in Indiana.
RNG Coalition: AMP Americas Dairy Waste-to-Vehicle Fuel Pathway Registers Lowest CARB Carbon Intensity Score to Date
September 29, 2017 - Becomes First Dairy Waste-to-Vehicle Fuel Pathway Certified by California’s Air Resources Board; Names Martin Gilkes COO, Opens LA Office
Hard Working Trucks: Cough, cough: California ignores its own emissions data in push for IC engine ban
September 28, 2017 - Why aren’t Gov. Brown and Nichols parading a press release around about Amp's -255 CI score?
Next-Gen Transportation News: AMP Americas’ Renewable Natural Gas Facility Nets Low CARB CI Score
September 27, 2017 - AMP Americas, a renewable natural gas (RNG) producer and marketer and compressed natural gas (CNG) fuel provider for the heavy-duty trucking industry, says its RNG operation at Fair Oaks Farms in Indiana has received the first dairy waste-to-vehicle fuel pathway certified by the California Air Resources Board (CARB).
chicago tribune: CHICAGO'S AMP AMERICAS GETS $47M IN PRIVATE EQUITY FUNDING
August 10, 2017 - AMP Americas, a Chicago company that makes commercial trucking fuel from cow manure, announced Thursday a $47 million private equity investment from Houston-based EIV Capital.
crain's Chicago business: CLEAN-TECH STARTUP GETS ANOTHER $20 MILLION
August 10, 2017 - AMP Americas creates biomethane from waste processed at Fair Oaks Farm, a large dairy farm about 90 minutes from Chicago. The six-year-old company, founded by former energy trader and real estate investor Nate Laurell, has built a network of 20 natural-gas filling stations from Indiana to Texas.
wall street journal pro: EIV CAPITAL INVESTS $47 MILLION IN RENEWABLE FUEL PROVIDER
August 10, 2017 - AMP Americas, a renewable natural gas (RNG) producer and marketer and compressed natural gas fuel and infrastructure operator for the heavy-duty, commercial trucking industry, has announced a $47 million equity commitment from Houston-based EIV Capital, a private-equity firm focused on the energy industry.
CCTV America: US FARMERS’ BANK ON MANURE FUELED TRUCKs (Video)
September 22, 2016 - Trucks and cows may seem like an unlikely match. But some farmers in the United States are putting the two together and seeing green? And as a way to power their operations.
Heavy Duty Trucking: AMP AMERICAS LAUNCHES BIOGAS DIVISION
May 5, 2016 - AMP Americas has launched ampRENEW, a biogas division dedicated to the company’s growing renewable fuel business that has entered into fueling agreements with Dillon Transport and Ruan Transportation Management Systems.
Chicago Tribune: FARM TO FLEETS: MANURE HELPS CHICAGO STARTUP BUILD NAT GAS NETWORK
March 17, 2016 - Chicago startup ampCNG launched at a farm in northwest Indiana that converted cow manure to renewable natural gas.
HDT Truckinginfo: AMPCNG ACQUIRES FULL CONTROL OF 17 FUELING STATIONS
March 17, 2016 - Compressed natural gas infrastructure provider ampCNG has announced that it now completely owns all of the 17 public access CNG fueling stations that were part of a joint venture between the company and Trillium CNG.
Crain's Chicago Business: THE DIVVY BIKER WHO WOULD FUEL AMERICA'S TRUCKING INDUSTRY
February 20, 2014 - The case for running truck fleets on compressed natural gas has been half no-brainer, half head-scratcher since 2006, when fracking began to flood the U.S. market with the fuel.
The New York Times: DAIRY FINDS A WAY TO LET COWS POWER TRUCKS
March 27, 2013 - Fair Oaks Farms in Fair Oaks, In., has long used livestock waste to create enough natural gas to fully power 10 barns, a cheese factory, a gift shop and more.