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  • AMPCNG/Trillium Opens 4 New CNG Stations In Texas

    Waco, TX
    1606 Exchange Parkway 76712
    Station Specs
    • Open 24/7
    • Easy Class-8 tractor-trailer access
    • Ultra Fast-Fill (10-12 GGEs per minute)
    • Three NGV fueling positions
    • All major credit and fleet cards accepted

    Directions from I-35
    • Take exit 330B off I-35
    • Merge onto Hwy 6 N
    • Turn left onto Texas 6 Fwy S
    • Take first right onto Exchange Parkway
    • Station Map Here




    Amarillo, TX
    2225 S Pullman Road 79118
    Station Specs
    • Open 24/7
    • Easy Class-8 tractor-trailer access
    • Ultra Fast-Fill (10-12 GGEs per minute)
    • Three NGV fueling positions
    • All major credit and fleet cards accepted

    Directions from I-40
    • Take exit 77 for Farm to Market Rd/Pullman Rd
    • Head south on Pullman Rd
    • We are located less than a half mile south of I-40 off Pullman Rd
    • Station Map Here




    Harrold, TX
    19765 US Highway 287 E 76364
    Station Specs
    • Open 24/7
    • Easy Class-8 tractor-trailer access
    • Ultra Fast-Fill (10-12 GGEs per minute)
    • Three NGV fueling positions
    • All major credit and fleet cards accepted

    Directions from US 287
    • Exit at ALON Truck Stop
    • We are co-located with ALON Truck Stop
    • Station Map Here




    Rosenberg, TX
    2425 Spur 10, 77471
    Station Specs
    • Open 24/7
    • Easy Class-8 tractor-trailer access
    • Ultra Fast-Fill (10-12 GGEs per minute)
    • Three NGV fueling positions
    • All major credit and fleet cards accepted

    Directions from US 59
    • Take Hartledge Road exit towards Texas 10
    • Take Patton Rd north
    • Continue about 3 miles
    • Station is on the the east side of Patton between Alt Route 90 and Hwy 36
    • Station Map Here




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    ampCNG has announced that it now owns 100 per cent of 17 public-access CNG fueling stations that were part of the joint venture between ampCNG and Trillium CNG. All 17 stations will now operate under the name of ampCNG.

    In addition, ampCNG has now appointed Grant Zimmerman CEO of the company. Zimmerman assumes the role from ampCNG co-founder Nate Laurell, who will continue in his role as executive chairman of the board.

    The remainder of Trillium CNG stations are pending sale to Loves Travel Stops for an undisclosed price.

    http://ngtnews.com/ampcng-names-new-...News+Headlines





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    • #3
      March 2016. Chicago-headquartered AmpCNG is reporting that it has bought out Trillium CNGs minority interest in 17 joint venture compressed natural gas fueling stations. The move gives AmpCNG full ownership of 19 stations in Texas, Indiana, Ohio, Florida, Georgia, Arkansas, North Carolina and Tennessee.

      AmpCNG plans to build as many as ten more this year independently. New station projects are under development to expand AmpCNGs footprint in Texas, Georgia, Illinois, Tennessee and California, says a release. Grant Zimmerman, who was named CEO of AmpCNG this month, played an integral part in helping bring six new CNG stations into action according to AmpCNG co-founder and chairman Nate Laurell.

      Trillium CNG was acquired by Loves Travel Stops via a deal disclosed early in February. The company has moved out of the Salt Lake City headquarters. The newest station in Vancouver WA was installed in 8 weeks after a year in permitting, and it leases the property from NewStar Energy which provides bulk oil products.

      http://www.fleetsandfuels.com/fuels/...CampaignId=269
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      • #4
        March 18, 2016 - Trustar Energy completed the private CNG station for UPS at 8030 Interstate 40 Access Rd Amarillo, TX. afdc.energy.gov confirmed the station in Jan 2017 and Google street view managed to get an image just before sunset. 2015 image of the big rig tractors shows they were using LNG at the time. The hood over the cab is higher than the exhaust stack for a LNG tractor than a diesel tractor which can help one identify the trucks when they pass out on the highways. LNG is available at the PILOT truck stop across Interstate 40 from this yard, so this seems to suggest that LNG was used when outlying CNG stations were not convenient but, now that there are more CNG stations in TX and OK, UPS switched out the LNG trucks for CNG.

        CNG_Amarillo_UPS.png LNG_Amarillo_UPS4.JPG

        http://www.trustarenergy.com/press/t...g-stations.pdf
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