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ANG Opens CNG Outlet in Fontana

September 9, 2017 in CNG, Infrastructure, NGVs, trucking by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Public-Access ANGI-Ariel Station East of Los Angeles
Is Designed for High-Volume Users in an ‘Industry Hub’

American Natural Gas is promising a “premium fueling experience” at its new compressed natural gas fueling outlet, a public-access station in Fontana, east of Los Angeles.
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TruStar Energy Fosters CNG Fueling

August 11, 2017 in CNG, Companies, Infrastructure, NGVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

The Company’s New Modular CFS Offering
Keys Strategy Aimed at New Fleet Adoption

TruStar Energy expects to be pumping some 80 million gasoline gallon equivalents of compressed natural gas annually by the end of 2017, as the Fortistar subsidiary executes a strategy of deliberate growth. One or two new TruStar branded CNG stations are expected per year as the company’s new modular, no-cost-to-the-customer “CFS” paves the way toward CNG adoption by new fleets.
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ANGI Energy CNG for the IHB Rail Project

May 16, 2017 in CNG, Companies, Infrastructure, Rail by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

‘An Innovative CNG Fueling Station Specifically for Rail’

ANGI Energy is to begin shipping turnkey equipment for the first-ever trackside fast-fill compressed natural gas fueling facility for locomotives. The Chicago-area’s Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad is to begin deployment of the first of as many as 31 converted switcher (short-range) locomotives.
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ANGI Offers App for CNG Fuel Providers

May 8, 2017 in ACT Expo 2017, CNG, New Products, NGVs, Technology by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

‘Status of Your ANGI CNG Sites from Anywhere in the World’

ANGI Energy is promoting a new app for iPhones and other devices allowing CNG fuel providers to remotely monitor the operation of their stations.

Developed for existing customers as well as new ones, the ANGI “CNG Live” application makes checking the status of ANGI CNG equipment “easier than ever,” the company says: the app “provides you with 24/7 remote access to the operating status of your ANGI CNG sites from anywhere in the world.”


ANGI’s ‘CNG Live’ application makes checking the status of ANGI CNG equipment ‘easier than ever,’ the company says, providing ’24/7 remote access to the operating status of your ANGI CNG sites from anywhere in the world.’

The app features an intuitive, user-friendly graphical interface scalable for any site configuration. It handles live operating data on compressors, boosters, dryers, dispensers, and most valve panels, and can provide history reports covering compressor pressure and temperature, run times, dispenser fill totals, and site alarms.

Designed for the CP-400

The app is automatically connected with ANGI systems with CP-400 delivered from the fourth quarter of 2016, and “any site that includes a CP-400 unit with ANGI server connectivity can be set up.

“While the market has been challenging, we are making great progress at ANGI,” sales VP Jared Hightower said on the eve of ACT Expo.

“We have several new products in development, which are following the launch of our class-leading Encore dispenser.”

ANGI Is Nigh-On Ubiquitous

“ANGI is also supporting some of the largest CNG fleet programs in North America,” Hightower said. The firm furnished the fueling infrastructure for “many of Waste Management’s CNG installations,” he noted, and “is working with TruStar and utilities such as Piedmont, FortisBC, and AGL on the UPS program.

“Transit has continued to be a critical sector for us with equipment supply to Trillium CNG for the RTC Las Vegas projects and to Clean Energy Fuels for the NICE and New Jersey transit projects.

“Finally,” Hightower said, “ANGI is pleased with the progress we are making in Latin America, especially Mexico, where the conditions are right for CNG vehicles and virtual pipeline applications.”

ANGI Energy Systems was acquired by Gilbarco Veeder-Root in mid-2014.

ACT Expo 2018 – the next Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo – has been scheduled for April 30-May 3, 2018 – again at Southern California’s Long Beach Convention Center.


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Source: Fleets & Fuels at ACT Expo 2017 in Long Beach

OptiFuel for IHB’s CNG Locomotives

April 25, 2017 in CNG, Companies, milestones, Rail by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Hexagon for Type IVs, ANGI for Fueling Stations
Among the Key Partners for a Pioneering Project
For Natural Gas-Powered Rail in the Chicago Area

OptiFuel Systems is this week publicizing its role in a pioneering project for compressed natural gas-fueled switcher locomotives operated in and around Chicago by the Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad.
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Geneva Rock CNG in South Salt Lake

January 24, 2017 in CNG, Companies, Infrastructure, NGVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Firm Trumpets $8 Million Investment in 25 Trucks,
Installs ANGI Energy Station with 26 Time-Fill Hoses

Utah’s Geneva Rock Products is claiming a “first in its industry” as the regional construction materials powerhouse has invested more than $8 million in a fleet of 25 compressed natural gas ready-mix concrete trucks and a facility to fuel them.
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San Mateo Pumps Renewable CNG

December 6, 2016 in Biomethane, CNG, Infrastructure, milestones, NGVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

ANGI Package for as Much as 500 GGEs Daily,
Now the Task Is to Boost the City’s NGV Fleet

The City of San Mateo has completed its wastewater-to-CNG fueling facility using an ANGI Energy package, and is looking now to expand its modest fleet of compressed natural gas-fueled vehicles.
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Nopetro New Public CNG for St. Augustine

August 19, 2016 in CNG, Infrastructure, NGVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Facility is Fruit of a P3 Pact with St. Johns County

Florida’s Nopetro has opened a compressed natural gas fueling station just west of St. Augustine in league with the public works department of St. Johns County.
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ANG Buys Krug CNG Outlet in Arkansas

August 9, 2016 in CNG, Companies, Infrastructure, NGVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Station’s High Inlet Pressure Means High-Volume Potential,
Former Owner Krug/Triple Transport Signs Fueling Agreement

American Natural Gas said yesterday that it’s purchased a third compressed natural gas station in Arkansas, acquiring a two-island facility from Krug Energy in Searcy, northeast of Little Rock.
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TruStar-Branded CNG for Fort Myers

April 28, 2016 in CNG, Companies, Infrastructure, NGVs by Patrick Couch  |  No Comments

Designed for Easy Access for Commercial Fleets, and Expansion

TruStar Energy celebrated the opening of a new compressed natural gas fueling station in Fort Myers, Fla. today, following through on a strategy of not only building stations for customer operators, but building stations carrying its own badge.
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Nopetro CNG via Lynx P3 in Orlando

April 15, 2016 in CNG, Companies, Fleet Order, Infrastructure, NGVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

New Florida Station Features Both Public and Lynx Bus Fueling:
ANGI Equipment Package with Three 600-HP Ariel Compressors

Florida’s Nopetro said today that its new compressed natural gas fueling station in Orlando, built with the Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority (aka Lynx), is the nation’s largest such P3 –public/private partnership facility.
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Freedom CNG Opens in Midland, Texas

April 14, 2016 in CNG, Infrastructure by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

‘Eight CNG-Powered Trucks Can Fill Up at Our New Station Simultaneously’

Freedom CNG has opened a new fueling outlet in the Permian Basin in Texas, noting that the facility immediately off Interstate 20 is “capable of sending CNG-powered truckers west to El Paso or east to Dallas.” The station’s fill rate of 12 gallons per minute “far exceeds other compressed natural gas fueling stations in the market,” the company says.
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City of San Mateo Biomethane for 2016

December 22, 2015 in Biomethane, CNG, milestones, NGVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

California Backs City CNG Station by Unison Solutions

The City of San Mateo held a groundbreaking ceremony for a new compressed natural gas fueling station for light duty municipal vehicles this month. The station, to be built next year south of the San Francisco International Airport, will be supplied with biogas from the city’s wastewater treatment plant.
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Spire Opens CNG Station in Greer, S.C.

December 4, 2015 in CNG, Infrastructure, NGVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

I-85 Facility Designed ‘With the Heavy-Duty Truck Driver in Mind’

Spire Natural Gas Fueling Solutions has opened a compressed natural gas fueling station in Greer, S.C. aimed at heavy duty truckers plying Interstate 85.
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NGV Men Attend HHP Summit 2015

November 24, 2015 in Companies, event, HHP Summit 2015 by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

New Markets, Like the ‘Virtual Pipeline,’ Eyed in Dallas

The recent High Horsepower Summit 2015 conference and exhibition in Dallas attracted a substantial number of natural gas vehicles industry representatives.
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CNG for HSR in Hamilton, Ontario

October 6, 2015 in CNG, Fleet Order, Infrastructure, NGVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Union Gas Station Will Allow Fleet to Grow to 120 Vehicles

Officials from Ontario’s City of Hamilton and the Union Gas utility last week celebrated the opening of a new compressed natural gas fueling station for Hamilton Street Railway buses.
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Advanced Disposal Adds CNG in Macon

September 29, 2015 in CNG, Companies, NGVs, refuse by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Georgia Station Is Company’s Seventh, Supports 15 Trucks (for Now)

Advanced Disposal reports the opening of its seventh compressed natural gas fueling station – a TruStar Energy facility in Macon, Ga. The station currently supports 15 CNG-fueled trucks – Peterbilt vehicles with Heil bodies. updated October 19

Advanced Disposal continues to add CNG trucks.

Advanced Disposal continues to add CNG trucks.

“This number will increase as the company replaces retiring diesel trucks once their useful life has expired,” states a release.

“Approximately 12% of our collection routes run on CNG,” Advanced Disposal CEO Richard Burke said in a release, adding, “We will increase our CNG fleet to 15% by the end of 2015.”

ANGI Compression

The Macon CNG station was a $1.6 million investment and according to the Advanced Disposal announcement is the only multi-truck CNG station in the metro area. About a fourth of Advanced Disposal’s collection routes in the Macon area run on CNG.


The Macon station has twin 200-horsepower ANGI Energy-packaged compressors with 40 time-fill hoses and provision for 40 more, says Advanced Disposal procurement VP Chad Mark.

Advanced Disposal’s sixth CNG station, also built by TruStar, opened last year in Detroit (F&F, June 3, 2014).


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