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August 4, 2017 in CNG, Infrastructure, NGVs, trucking by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Cobey Compressors and Bennett Nozzles at Public Station

American Natural Gas has opened a new compressed natural gas fueling station, with Frito-Lay as an anchor customer, in in Fayetteville, Tenn.

Another view of the new American Natural Gas CNG station outside Fayetteville, Tenn.



“We’re committed to building better stations, serving our customers, and introducing the power of CNG to new communities across the country,” ANG CEO Drew West said in release.

“Having a national infrastructure for alternative fuel is critical to the expansion of Frito-Lay’s CNG fleet and for other companies currently using or considering this technology,” Frito-Lay senior national fleet sustainability manager Ken Marko says in ANG’s Fayetteville announcement.

Ribbon-Cutting with Tennessee Clean Fuels

The station on Winchester Highway/U.S. 64 east of Fayetteville proper has 300-horsepower Cobey compressors and both light and heavy duty Bennett nozzles.

The new CNG outlet is open 24 hours a day. ANG accepts all major credit cards there, including Voyager, Wright Express/Wex, and other fleet cards. ANG says it “will oversee operations with state-of-the-art monitoring platforms and an expert on-call maintenance team.”

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held this past Tuesday in conjunction with Tennessee Clean Fuels.

ANG’s new fast-fill CNG station east of Fayetteville, Tenn. has three consumer-friendly Bennett dispensers ‘equipped with NGV2 nozzles to optimize the experience for heavy-duty, high-capacity users, as well as NGV1 nozzles for light and medium-duty use.’ The new station has 300-horsepower compressors from Cobey Energy.

ANG says that it owns and operates approximately 40 fueling stations in 13 states, “inclusive of stations in process and under development.”


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

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