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  • CNG Stations in North America

    Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) stations provide quick and efficient refueling for your vehicle.

    Public-access stations in the US, Canada, and Europe can be found at the following web site run by our very own member cngprices (Todd). This is a great online tool for planning your travel, complete with an auto-sensing mobile version and the ability to update prices and leave comments for others.

    www.cngprices.com

    Public and private access stations can also be found on the following US Dept. of Energy web site:
    http://www.afdc.energy.gov/afdc/locator/stations/

    The DOE mobile version is here:
    http://www.afdc.energy.gov/stations/m

    Be sure to contact station operators prior to making a trip if you are relying on the facility to get you where you need to go.

    Here are some additional resources on the web for CNG refueling:
    Trillium is a supporter of CNGchat, providing public refueling to many transit and airport fleets
    Questar Gas operates public-access stations in Utah and Wyoming
    California NGV Coalition publishes a handy glovebox station guide for CA, AZ, and NV. Order it here.
    Clean Energy Fuels Corp. provides public refueling in many markets
    Pinnacle CNG is a Texas-based provider with stations in Texas and California
    AVSG operates public stations in New England
    DTE Energy operates public stations in Michigan, including some at Meijer grocery stores
    WE Energies operates public stations in Wisconsin

    Please send a Private Message to me via the forum if you have updates to the above list, thanks!
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    • CNG Stations in North America
      John Mitton
      Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) stations provide quick and efficient refueling for your vehicle.

      Public-access stations in the US, Canada, and Europe can be found at the following web site run by our very own member cngprices (Todd). This is a great online tool for planning your travel, complete with an auto-sensing mobile version and the ability to update prices and leave comments for others.

      www.cngprices.com

      Public and private access stations can also be found on the following US Dept. of Energy web site:
      http://www.afdc.energy.gov/afdc/locator/stations/ The DOE mobile version is ...
      02-22-2010, 02:23 PM
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