Frito-Lay Is Among the Customers at Four-Position Station
Northville Natural Gas has opened its first compressed natural gas fueling station, at Frankfort, Ind. The new public access facility is located off I-65 at Exit 158.
“The station is currently fueling Frito-Lay trucks based in Frankfort,” says Northville president Jeff Woods.
The station, built by JW Power, has twin 250-horsepower Ariel compressors providing 1,500 standard cubic feet per minute and supporting 300 gasoline gallon equivalents of high-pressure storage.
Two dispenser islands each have CT-1000 and CT-5000 nozzles by OPW, allowing for fueling of both light and heavy duty vehicles, up to four at a time.
The station accepts both regular consumer payment and fleet cards.
Two More Are Building
Northville has broken ground on CNG stations at the Indianapolis airport and in Vincennes, in far southwest Indiana, and has at least two more planned, Woods told F&F.
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