Ozinga Energy demonstrates emerging natural gas platform on an F-150

Through a partnership with activated carbon processor Ingevity Corp., Ozinga Energy is delving deeper into diesel and gasoline alternatives to fuel light- to medium-duty trucks for its Great Lakes market operations. The compressed natural gas fueling system business of Illinois-based Ozinga Bros. Inc. recently kicked off a test of its newest concept in a Ford F-150 pickup.

Read More

Ozinga Energy tests emerging natural gas platform to run an F-150

Sources: Ingevity, North Charleston, S.C.; Ozinga Bros. Inc., Mokena, Ill.; CP staff

Ozinga Energy is delving deeper into diesel and gasoline alternatives to fuel light- to medium-duty trucks. Through a partnership with activated carbon processor Ingevity, the Ozinga Bros. entity is demonstrating a new natural gas fueling platform in a Ford F-150. 

Read More

Congressman, Mayor Recognize The Energy Ozinga Brings Northern Indiana

Compressed natural gas is sold and taxed in gasoline or diesel gallon equivalent units.

In a weekly address airing November 16, President Obama cited the country’s gains toward energy independence, through increased oil and natural gas production, plus solar and wind power ramp up, concluding: “More good jobs. Cheaper and cleaner sources of energy. A secure energy future. Thanks to the grit and resilience of American businesses and the American people, that’s where we’re heading.”

Read More

Ozinga Brothers more than open to GE’s CNG In A Box

Gary-I

The leader in compressed natural gas-fueled mixer truck operation—110 rear and front discharge vehicles to date—Ozinga Brothers Inc. has stepped up fueling infrastructure work to accelerate a fleet migration from diesel to CNG power, and support a new venture, Ozinga Energy, LLC.

Read More