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Piedmont CNG for Spinx in S. Carolina

January 19, 2015 in CNG, Infrastructure, NGVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Piedmont’s First-Ever at Existing Convenience Store Location

Piedmont Natural Gas has disclosed plans with The Spinx Company to establish a Piedmont compressed natural gas fueling station at an existing Spinx convenience store in Anderson, S.C.

Piedmont will offer CNG at this existing Spinx store at the corner of Pearman Dairy Road and West Whitner Street in Anderson, S.C.

Piedmont will offer CNG at this existing Spinx store at the corner of Pearman Dairy Road and West Whitner Street in Anderson, S.C.

Piedmont will lease space at the Spinx location and will install the necessary CNG compressors and fueling equipment. Piedmont will own and maintain the site’s CNG facilities, which will be open to the public for use by commercial fleets and individual vehicles.

“The use of CNG as a transportation fuel is growing as is the refueling infrastructure that supports that growth,” Spinx CEO Steve Spinks said in a Piedmont release.

The new station with Spinx in Anderson is Piedmont’s 11th public CNG outlet in the Carolinas and in Tennessee, and its third public CNG station in South Carolina.

The new station with Spinx in Anderson is Piedmont’s 11th public CNG outlet in the Carolinas and in Tennessee, and its third public CNG station in South Carolina.

Piedmont’s Eleventh Public CNG Outlet

“This project fits very well with our own vision and mission to make people’s lives easier,” he said.

The new station will be Piedmont’s 11th public CNG fueling station in the Carolinas and in Tennessee, and its third public CNG station in South Carolina.

“This is an important milestone for us as we continue to extend the base of our public CNG refueling stations along the important I-85 corridor in North and South Carolina,” said Piedmont senior VP and CFO Karl Newlin.


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Source: Piedmont Natural Gas with Fleets & Fuels follow-up

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