Texas Triangle Station Is Using an Aspro Compressor
CNG 4 America is planning the grand opening of its first fueling station, at Bryan, Texas, on May 8. The 24/7 facility will serve both commercial fleet and private customers, with compressed natural gas produced onsite using an Aspro compressor, from Argentina.
“This state of the art facility will initially provide up to 425 gasoline gallon equivalents per hour for local fleets and residents with the ability to double capacity when demanded,” the company says.
“Last year America sent $824,000.00 per minute out of this country to purchase foreign oil,” CNG 4 America sales and marketing VP Scott Ballinger said in a release. “Natural gas as a transportation fuel will allow the United States to significantly decrease our dependence on foreign sources of oil.”
“The Department of Energy was created in 1974 with the main objective of getting us off of foreign oil yet today America’s dependence on foreign oil is 50% worse than it was 40 years ago,” Ballinger said. “We believe the citizens of the Brazos Valley will join us in our quest to establish American energy independence by converting to this great American fuel.”
TGT and WEH
The Bryan station has high-flow dispensers from Tulsa Gas Technologies fitted with consumer-friendly pistol-drip fueling nozzles from WEH. Gas is drawn from a 300-psi pipeline, Ballinger told F&F.
CNG 4 America’s May 8 opening will include remarks by Dr. Ken Morgan, director of the Energy Institute at Texas Christian University.
CNG 4 America also promotes a line of home fueling devices. Bob Baldwin is president and CEO.
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