CNG and Bi-Fuel Ford Trucks

From passenger cars to locomotives, Westport drives natural gas transportation, and has a solution for you. We work with some of the world's largest original equipment manufacturers to incorporate our state of the art technology into your application, whether it's a Volvo bi-fuel taxi off the line, a city trash hauler, or a customized Ford utility truck.

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March 10

Westport Unifies Brands for Dedicated and Bi-fuel Vehicles under Westport WiNG™ Power System

Westport WiNG the Leading QVM Brand for Natural Gas Ford Pickups

March 3

Westport and Delphi Sign Joint Development Agreement to Commercialize Natural Gas Injector Technology

Global Auto Supplier and Westport Combine Strengths for Natural Gas Heavy-Duty Applications

February 26

Westport Reports Fourth Quarter Fiscal 2013 and Year End Financial Results

Fourth Quarter Revenues Up 32% Year over Year, 2013 Revenues of $164M, Reiterates Breakeven Targets and Provides Revenue Outlook for 2014

February 19

Westport Announces Fourth Quarter Fiscal 2013 and Year End Conference Call for Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Westport will disclose its financial results for the fourth quarter and year ended December 31, 2013 on Wednesday, February 26, 2014 after market close, and has scheduled a conference call at 2:00 pm Pacific Time (5:00 pm Eastern Time) the same day.

February 12

Westport Demonstrates Proprietary Gas Enhanced Methane Diesel Technology, Westport GEMDi

Fully Integrated OEM Solution Optimized for Dual Fuel Operation

April 15

So, You’re EPA/CARB Certified, So What?

Last week Westport announced it received certification from the California Air Resources Board (CARB) for its 2014 model year Westport WiNG™ Power System Ford F-150 pickup truck, with the dedicated compressed natural gas (CNG) system. Westport is the only natural gas system provider that currently offers a CARB certified Ford F-150. Westport also received Environmental Protection Agency (...

April 4

Emergency Power Gets a New Source of Fuel

Turning waste into power is something Korean gas generator producer Hanatech knows a lot about. The company specializes in producing large, 450 kilowatt gas generators that turn biogas – carbon and methane emitted from waste sources like manure and trash – into power. These large 22 Litre engine power units are at work around the world – in a landfill gas generation plant in Scottsdale, Alabama...

April 1

Bridging Visions for the Future of Gas

Westport at GLOBE 2014 [Recap] The role of gas in the future of 21st century energy systems around the world was highlighted at the GLOBE 2014 sustainability conference in Vancouver last week.  Westport’s Vice President of Strategy Karen Hamberg joined leaders from other centers of innovation to present Westport’s vision for natural gas in transportation on a five member panel titled...

March 28

MHQ – Meeting a Rising Demand for Natural Gas-Powered Emergency Vehicles

As an emergency vehicle supplier to police, fire and transportation departments in Northeastern United States for the past 34 years, MHQ has a good sense of what its customers want. Recently, more of its customers are telling the company they want to drive natural gas vehicles (NGVs). Tom Emig, MHQ Fleet Account Manager, said he noticed a change in demand about two years ago, as more fleet...

March 21

The Changing Energy Landscape, Seen through Westport's Eyes

At North America’s largest international conference on sustainable business and environmental innovation, Globe 2014, taking place March 26-28 in Vancouver, British Columbia next week, Westport Vice President of Strategy Karen Hamberg will reflect on natural gas as a viable transition fuel in the transportation landscape. With over 9,000 attendees and more than 3,000 participating...

April 14

LNG to play increasing role as freight locomotive fuel

US EIA reports growth in domestic natural gas production and substantially lower natural gas prices compared to crude oil prices could result in significant cost saving that use LNG as a fuel source; projects that LNG will play an increasing role in powering freight locomotives in years to come.

April 14

McDonalds trucks run on natural gas in Portugal

HAVI Logistics, the company that carries food to McDonalds and Ikea or popcorn to Zon Lusomundo theaters, will use natural gas instead of diesel in heavy goods vehicles. The company has reached an agreement with Dourogás, the owner of Goldenergy, to supply its entire fleet in Portugal, with a total of 15 vehicles.

April 10

Westport: CARB Cert for 2014 F-150; EPA Cert for 2015 F-250, F-350

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has certified model-year 2014 Westport WiNG Ford F-150 pickup trucks with dedicated compressed natural gas (CNG) systems and the 3.7-liter Ford engine. These vehicles come equipped with either 17 GGE or 23 GGE of on-board CNG storage.

April 10

Westport Delivers First LNG Tender

Vancouver-based Westport Innovations has delivered its first liquefied natural gas fuel tender, a prototype unit that will be used by Caterpillar-EMD and CN as they test the viability of a low-pressure LNG-diesel conversion using DGB Caterpillar’s across-the-engine-range Dynamic Gas Blending technology.

April 9

Oklahoma City gets its first LNG station

Oklahoma City now has a stop on America’s Natural Gas Highway, which is being built by Boone Pickens-backed Clean Energy. The California-based company is working to establish a network of fueling stations for high volume users like fleet operators, transit vehicles or refuse trucks. “The network is at the point right now where you can go coast to coast, border to border,” spokesman Patric Rayburn said Tuesday.

April 8

Study recommends separate natural gas fuel efficiency standard

Expanding the use of natural gas as a transportation fuel and greater use of aerodynamic devices on trailers are among the strategies recommended by a new National Research Council report.

April 7

Infographic: 2014 Autobytel Data Reveals Truck Trends in Competitive Segment

Autobytel data claims one out of eight vehicles sold in the U.S. is a pickup truck

April 6

Heavy, Medium-Duty Truck Orders Solid in March

COLUMBUS, IN — March 2014 was a good month for heavy and medium-duty truck orders, according to two reports from freight forecasters.The freight forecast firm FTR says that at the end of March in North America, a total of 27,139 Class 8 trucks were ordered, which makes March 2014 the fourth month in a row of solid order activity.

April 3

NGV USA – Industry Leaders’ Thoughts

There are three major natural gas drivers from my perspective – economics, the environment and shippers.

April 3

Parkway launches CNG bus project with $1.5M grant

When Will Rosa’s school district applied for a federal highway grant to buy compressed natural gas (CNG) school buses, he says that they initially got “some strange looks.”

Building Your Light Duty Natural Gas Vehicle Fleet

March 26, 2014

10:00 AM   (Pacific)
1:00 PM   (Eastern)

Thinking of switching your light-duty fleet to natural gas? This free webinar led by Westport's Mark Aubry, vice-president of Sales & Marketing, will outline the considerations to take, plans to make, and resources available when building your fleet of dedicated or bi-fuel compressed natural gas (CNG) natural gas vehicles. This session will be a great resource for any fleet considering natural gas options for light duty applications.

North America
Mon May 5 – Fri May 9, 2014

ACT Expo / NGV Global 2014

Long Beach, CA, United States

Westport speaking and displaying

Tue Jul 8 – Fri Jul 11, 2014

NGV Europe

Brussels, Belgium

Westport speaking and displaying

Thu Apr 24 – Fri Apr 25, 2014

Westport Annual & Special Meeting

Vancouver, BC, Canada