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    Cobey Energy Books First CNG Filling Station Order

    Cobey Energy Books First CNG Filling Station Order

    BUFFALO, New York January 8, 2013 – Buckeye CNG LTD. awards Cobey Energy contract to supply CNG filling station equipment for new Millersburg, Ohio site. The contract includes supply of a gas dryer, CE-C50 CNG compressor module, ASME storage spheres, dispenser and card reader.

    “We’re very excited to be working with Buckeye CNG LTD. Buckeye CNG is ahead of the curve in adopting Natural Gas as a viable, cost effective alternative fuel to meet their energy needs. This project highlights the effective use of Ohio’s energy resources spurred from development and utilization of our shale plays.” said Craig Jackson, Business Development Manager for Cobey Energy.

    The CNG station equipment is purchased by Buckeye CNG LTD. Located in Millersburg, OH. The system will be utilized to supply CNG to partner company delivery fleets, forklifts and personal vehicles. Cobey Energy’s CNG equipment is scheduled for delivery in April 2013 with the new site being fully commissioned and operational in May 2013.

    Cobey headquartered in Buffalo, NY and established in 1987 is a premier packager of gas compression systems. In 2012 Cobey unveiled the Cobey Energy product line of CNG filling station systems including CNG compressor modules, ASME storage spheres, gas dryers, dispensers and card readers. Cobey Energy designs and manufactures key system components such as CNG compressor module and ASME storage spheres in Buffalo, NY.

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    Re: New CNG filling station for new Millersburg, Ohio coming

    For many who may not know, Millersburg is right in the center of Ohio's Amish country. The #1 industry in the area is Tourism. The rest of Ohio is not highly integrated with CNG, although as a State, we are sitting on one of the Nation's big deposits with Marcellus. These stations seem to be popping up in peculiar locations. The rest of the county is rural agricultural and not overly mechanized. Well, at least I will have a new place to top up in that area.
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