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IGS Opens CNG Outlet in South Bend

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

Indiana Station Supports Fleets on Interstate 80/90 Corridor

IGS CNG Services publicized today the opening of a compressed natural gas fueling station at a Speedway convenience store location – this time in South Bend, Ind. The facility is designed to support vehicles of all sizes, including Class 8 trucks.

The new IGS CNG Services station in Indiana has Gilbarco dispensers.

The new IGS CNG Services station in Indiana has Gilbarco dispensers.

“IGS CNG Services and Speedway serve a growing number of businesses with fleet vehicles looking for easy access to CNG stations while traveling through the region,” states a release.

The new station has two fuel lanes, with Gilbarco dispensers fitted with four CNG fueling hoses. It has twin Ariel compressors packaged by J-W Energy, and six 37-foot CP Industries storage tubes.

Long-Term Fixed CNG Pricing

The South Bend station is the CNG fuel provider’s second outlet with Speedway, the first being in Findlay, Ohio (F&F, April 14, 2014). It’s the eleventh fueling station for IGS CNG Services, and the first in Indiana. Counting Findlay, the firm has seven station in Ohio, as well as three in West Virginia.

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; and
  • risk mitigation services to provide users a long-term fixed CNG price driving fuel savings.

Scott White is president of IGS CNG Services parent IGS Energy.

Enon, Ohio-based Speedway is the nation’s second largest company-owned company-operated convenience store chain, IGS CNG Services notes, with approximately 2,760 stores in 22 states. Speedway is a wholly owned subsidiary of Marathon Petroleum Corp.

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

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