Second to Open of Seven Public Stations as Part of Dairy Farmers Deal
Amp Trillium is announcing today the opening of the first public access compressed natural gas fueling station in Amarillo, Texas. It’s the second of seven public fueling stations being built under an agreement with Dairy Farmers of America and Select Milk Producers.
Opening of the first of the seven, in Waco, was announced two weeks ago (F&F, July 17). Amp Trillium is a joint venture of AmpCNG and Trillium CNG.
The Amarillo station is just one half-mile south of Interstate 40 and two miles from the Amarillo International Airport. Three Class 8 trucks will be able to fuel simultaneously at ten to 12 GGE/gasoline gallon equivalents per minute.
‘Fuel of Choice for Heavy Trucking’
The 24/7 station features Trillium CNG’s proprietary hydraulic intensifier for faster and more efficient CNG fills.
“Today’s debut in Amarillo will move Texas further ahead in realizing CNG as the fuel of choice for heavy trucking,” AmpCNG engineering director and co-founder Steve Josephs said in a release.
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