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Gain CNG & Corridor for Alabama Station

March 28, 2016 in CNG, Companies, Infrastructure, NGVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Co-Branded Dothan Outlet to Support Heavy Duty Trucks

Gain Clean Fuel has joined with Corridor Clean Fuels to co-brand an existing compressed natural gas fuel station in Dothan, Ala., proximate to a main corridor for main corridor for carriers in southwest Georgia and Florida.

“The location of this station provides convenient access for local, regional and long-haul carriers,” states the Gain-Clean Fuels Corridor announcement.

“The location of this station provides convenient access for local, regional and long-haul carriers,” states the Gain-Clean Fuels Corridor announcement.



“Industry partners are playing a vital role in facilitating the growth of the CNG market in America,” Corridor CEO Randy Spence said in a release.

“Even with the lower cost of diesel fuel, many carriers are still converting their fleets to operate on CNG to take advantage of a more stable fuel price and the benefits of lower emissions,” said U.S. Gain GM Bill Renz. “Our goal is to help them make that transition by providing strategic sites beneficial to carriers.

Second CNG Outlet for Gain in Alabama

“Our partnership with Corridor Clean Fuels helps us achieve our mission as we continue building the Gain Clean Fuel network,” he said.

In addition to providing convenient access, the new location has fast-fill capabilities and will accept fleet cards. The station is also open for use by other fleets and to the general public and is the second Gain Clean Fuel station in Alabama. The first is located in Calera (south of Birmingham).

Corridor Clean Fuels is an Alabama-based LLC “focused on developing, owning and operating CNG fueling stations to distribute its Cynergy brand of fuel across the southeastern United States.”


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Source: U.S. Gain with Fleets & Fuels follow-up

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