American Power Group Announces APG International’s Participation At AltFuels Mexico 2017 To Be Held April 4-7, 2017 At The World Trade Center of Mexico City

- Stricter Mexican Emission Regulations And Favorable Economics Driving Interest In APG’s Dual Fuel Solution –

LYNNFIELD, Mass., April 04, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- American Power Group Corporation (OTCQB:APGI), today announced that its APG International division will be participating in the first major alternative fuels conference to be held in Mexico. AltFuels Mexico 2017 will be held at the Convention Center of the World Trade Center of Mexico City where experts and organizations from around the world will gather to address and exhibit the benefits of natural gas and the latest clean fuel technologies. Conference officials report over 130 companies are exhibiting their latest products and technologies with over 2,700 registered attendees from five continents. APG International is co-exhibiting at the conference with Gascomb, one of APG’s Authorized Dealers and Certified Installers in Mexico.

Mario Blanco, American Power Group’s Vice-President of International Sales and Marketing stated, “In January 2017, the Mexican government eliminated certain fuel subsidies for diesel and gasoline resulting in a 15% - 20% increase in diesel fuel prices which is causing fleets to look very seriously at natural gas solutions. Mexican officials report a multi-billion dollar investment is being made in expanding the natural gas pipeline infrastructure and adding hundreds of natural gas fueling stations in the next few years.” Mr. Blanco noted, “APG’s Turbocharged Natural Gas® vehicular dual fuel system  provides fleets with a proven, cost effective solution to mitigate these fuel increases and serves as an incentive for Mexican fleets to use a lower cost and more stable priced fuel that is significantly more environmentally friendly. APG has been very active this past year with multiple Mexican fleet evaluation programs being completed and we expect a steady ramp of new orders occurring during the balance of 2017 and beyond.”    

Lyle Jensen, American Power Group Corporation’s Chief Executive Officer stated, “During 2016, the Mexican Environmental Authority began announcing mandated cutbacks in daily fleet deliveries to major cities, like Mexico City, for fleets that have not met the new reduced diesel-related emission requirements.  If a fleet does not comply with the mandated emission reductions, their daily deliveries within certain populous areas could be cut back by almost 20% unless legacy diesel engines have been upgraded or replaced with a government approved diesel emission reduction technology.” Mr. Jensen added, “In late-December 2016, the Mexican Ministry of the Environment officially announced that trucks with EPA approved or CARB certified solutions, like APG’s dual fuel solution, will allow the fleet to exempt themselves from the regulated delivery cutback. With over 500 EPA approvals covering twenty years of six different engine manufacturers, APG has a significant market advantage in growing the Mexican dual fuel markets where officials report over one million Class 8 trucks are in operation.” 

Mr. Jensen concluded, “Given what appears to be a perfect storm of higher diesel prices coupled with pressure to reduce diesel emissions, we feel the timing of our participation in AltFuels Mexico 2017 could not be better”.

About Gascomb
Gascomb ( is an alternative fuel leader in Mexico offering some of the most advanced bi-fuel and dedicated vehicle conversion technologies available. Conversion of diesel and gasoline engines to run on dual fuel, bi-fuel, hybrid or 100% conversion to natural gas and propane are available. 

About American Power Group Corporation
American Power Group’s subsidiary, American Power Group, Inc. provides cost effective products and services that promote the economic and environmental benefits of our alternative fuel and emission reduction technologies. Our patented Turbocharged Natural Gas® Dual Fuel Conversion Technology is a unique non-invasive software driven solution that converts existing vehicular and stationary diesel engines to run concurrently on diesel and various forms of natural gas including compressed natural gas, liquefied natural gas, conditioned well-head/ditch gas or bio-methane gas with the flexibility to return to 100% diesel fuel operation at any time. Depending on the fuel source and operating profile, our EPA and CARB approved dual fuel conversions seamlessly displace 45% - 65% of diesel fuel with cleaner burning natural gas resulting in measurable reductions in nitrogen oxides (NOx) and other diesel-related emissions. Through our Flare Gas Capture and Recovery Technology, we provide oil and gas producers a flare capture service solution for associated gases produced at their remote and stranded well sites. These producers are under tightening regulatory pressure to capture and liquefy the flared gases at their remote and stranded well sites or face significant oil output reductions. With our proprietary Fueled By Flare™ process technology we can convert these captured gases into natural gas liquids (“NGL”) which can be sold as heating fluids, emulsifiers, or be further processed by refiners. In addition, we anticipate our next generation NGL processing systems will have the capability to convert the residual flared methane into pipeline quality natural gas that can be sold for a variety of dedicated and dual fuel vehicular, stationary, industrial and household uses. See additional information at: www.           

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