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So far this year, sales of light trucks have made up a little more than 56 percent of all vehicle sales in the U.S., their biggest share of the market in years
Consumers bought more pickups, minivans and sport utility vehicles than cars in every month of 2014.
The pitch for alternative fuel vehicles has become a lot more difficult.
When it comes to running vehicles on natural gas, China appears more interested than the United States.
The number of light-duty vehicles running on natural gas will more than double over the next decade to 39.8 million traveling on roads worldwide, according to a new report by research firm Navigant.
President Barack Obama says having a more fuel-efficient truck fleet will boost the economy and help combat climate change.
Some energy companies have started moving water and sand to oil fields on trucks powered by natural gas, but refueling them can sometimes be a challenge.
Houston-based Leslie Doggett Industries has acquired multiple South Texas heavy equipment and truck companies for $30 million.
Plug Power Inc., a maker of fuel-cells for warehouse forklifts, rose to a 32-month high after winning U.S. Energy Department funding to adapt its systems to extend the range of electric trucks.
UPS will spend $50 million to build nine new liquefied natural gas refueling stations over the next year, including one in Houston, the company said this week.