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IGS with Speedway for CNG in Ohio

April 14, 2014 in CNG, Infrastructure, NGVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Station Off I-75 South of Toledo is the Sixth for IGS CNG Services

IGS CNG Services and Speedway have teamed to bring a new compressed natural gas fueling station to Findlay, Ohio, south of Toledo. The public access station at the State Route 99 Exit off I-75 in Findlay will be the sixth for IGS Energy’s new CNG unit and its first with the Speedway chain. Construction is to start early this summer.

Existing IGS CNG Services fueling installation in Charleston, W.Va. Construction is to start this summer on the company’s sixth, in Findlay, Ohio.

Existing IGS CNG Services fueling installation in Charleston, W.Va. Construction is to start this summer on the company’s sixth, in Findlay, Ohio.

“Our plans for a regional CNG fueling corridor respond to the emerging market demand for fast, convenient refueling locations,” IGS Energy president Scott White said in a release.

“We’ll have two lanes at the Findlay Speedway location that will allow customers to fuel their natural gas vehicles in approximately the same amount of time it would take to refuel a traditional gasoline or diesel vehicle,” he said.

ANGI and J-W

“Currently, the company is focusing on building CNG stations throughout the Midwest, providing fueling solutions and helping customers navigate this growing industry by utilizing domestically-produced energy resources,” states the Findlay release.

IGS CNG’s existing stations are at Bridgeport, Charleston and Jane Lew, W.Va, and in Dublin, Ohio, in partnership with the city. A fifth is to open in Girard, Ohio in June. Findlay with Speedway will be the sixth.

IGS CNG dispenser in Bridgeport, W.Va.

IGS CNG dispenser in Bridgeport, W.Va.

IGS CNG Services offers

  • ownership and operation of large, fast-fill CNG fueling stations;
  • consulting and modeling to ensure optimal return on investment and capital requirements for fleets;
  • risk mitigation services to provide users a long-term fixed CNG price driving fuel savings; and
  • supply of small time-fill vehicle refueling equipment for home or small business use.

IGS CNG Services works with station providers including ANGI Energy and J-W Power, says program manager Dave Mrowzinski. He describes IGS CNG Services as “very aggressive,” with plans to add six to eight new CNG stations in the next 12 months.

Speedway, IGS notes, is headquartered in Enon, Ohio and is the nation’s fourth-largest company-owned and -operated convenience store chain with approximately 1,480 stores in nine states.


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Source: IGS CNG Services with Fleets & Fuels follow-up

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