Clean Fuels Ohio is talking up the opening of Ohio’s first liquefied natural gas fueling station for trucks, a Clean Energy Fuels station hosted by Pilot Flying J in Seville, off I-71 west of Akron.
The new Clean Energy station will initially support LNG trucks deployed by contract freight carrier Dillon Transport to deliver raw materials to Owens Corning production plants (F&F, December 12).
Dillon earlier this year deployed 14 LNG Peterbilt 384s, also with partner Clean Energy Fuels (NASDAQ:CLNE) for Owens Corning in Irving, Texas.
The Ohio LNG station and Dillon’s ten trucks there were funded in part by Clean Fuels Ohio through a grant from the U.S. Dept. of Energy Clean Cities program.
Columbus-based Clean Fuels Ohio is hosting opening ceremonies at the Seville LNG station on the morning of April 4, followed by an LNG Trucking Workshop at noon.
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