Moving Forward in Washington State, Tackling Virginia Too
Boston-based Xpress Natural Gas, which provides compressed natural gas to industrial customers in New England and New York State – delivering the fuel via tube trailers towed by CNG-powered tractors – is moving ahead with its expansion to Washington State and is setting up a similar “virtual pipeline” network based in Appomattox, Va.
The firm reported this past summer that its CNG facility in Manheim, N.Y. (between Schenectady and Syracuse) was fully operational (F&F, July 10).
Last week, XNG says, it secured approval from the Port of Grays Harbor and signed a lease for a $3 million CNG facility at the Satsop Business Park in Elma, Wash., southwest of Seattle. Port Townsend Paper is a client, according to a report cited by XNG.
Also according to a report cited by the company, XNG is planning a $7.8 million CNG facility at the Appomattox Center for Business and Commerce near Lynchburg, Va.
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Source: Xpress Natural Gas with Fleets & Fuels follow-up