North American NGV Conference & Expo Coming to Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 11–14

January 30, 2014

WASHINGTON, D.C. – January 30, 2014 – NGVAmerica is pleased to announce that the 2014 North American NGV Conference & Expo will be held at the Kansas City Convention Center in Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 11–14. Kansas City is an exciting, centrally located city that will be the perfect venue to host what is expected to be the largest-ever NGV focused event.

This year’s program will feature multiple tracks that address how to further develop the NGV market and implement successful NGV programs to reduce transportation costs, create American jobs, stimulate local and national economies, all while improving the environment and our energy independence. Dozens of engaging educational sessions will featuring more than 100 of the industry’s business leaders who will share their insights, experiences and expertise.

This year’s 90,000 sq. ft. expo will be the largest of its kind, and will feature a full spectrum of vehicles, components, equipment packagers, service providers, design-engineering firms and program consultants. Exhibitors are the industry’s leading companies that stand ready to assist you in evaluating your options and moving your project forward.

The program will also include breakfasts, lunches and three receptions and other social functions to provide registrants with plenty of time to network, share ideas, exchange lessons learned and collaborate.

NGVAmerica has secured favorable discount lodging block rates with nearby hotels within minutes walking of the Kansas City Convention Center, making travel easy and cost-effective.

More information about the program, lodging and registration rates—including special discounts for qualified fleet operators—is all available on the conference website.



About NGVAmerica
NGVAmerica is the national organization driving the use of natural gas as a clean, domestic, safe and abundant transportation fuel. The organization represents more than 230 companies, environmental groups, and government organizations interested in the promotion and use of natural gas in transportation. For more information about NGVAmerica, visit