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  • ANG for CNG in Georgetown, Ky.

    August 21, 2015 in CNG, Infrastructure, NGVs by Rich Piellisch | No Comments
    Bestway Express Is the Anchor Tenant at New Corridor Station
    Kentucky Fleet Using D2G Upfits to Augment 35 NGVs in Indiana

    American Natural Gas is building a new compressed natural gas station in Georgetown, Ky. with Bestway Express as anchor tenant. The station will be available for use by other carriers and the public and is expected to open in November of this year, ANG said Thursday. updated August 24

    The new American Natural Gas CNG station in Georgetown will have three fueling lanes with card-reading Bennett dispensers.

    The new station will have three fueling lanes and three card-reading Bennett dispensers fed by a pair of Cobey compressors with Xebec drying. Columbia Gas is to provide a high pressure pipeline feed.The new ANG station is being built off of Interstate 75 north of Lexington and the I-64 interchange. Local businesses include a Days Inn, Motel 6, McDonald?s, Wendy?s, Pilot Travel Center and Pilot Truck Care Center, and Leggett & Platt.
    ?Changing the Availability of Alternative Fuels?
    ANG is responsible for building, owning, and operating the station, which will be the first public access CNG facility in Georgetown.
    ?This is a milestone for ANG,? CEO Drew West says in the Georgetown announcement. ?By partnering with Bestway on this station, we are changing the availability of alternative fuels in the area? this location will expand the network of CNG available for trucking lanes running through Kentucky.?
    Diesel 2 Gas in Kentucky
    ?We?re committed to reducing emissions, our carbon footprint, and our dependency on foreign oil,? Bestway Express maintenance director Will McCormick says in the release. ?Our continued relationship with ANG, and this new station, is another step toward meeting our goals.?
    Bestway is starting in Kentucky with ten CNG-diesel dual fuel trucks with Diesel 2 Gas upfits. ?Eventually we plan to grow to 30 trucks in that area,? he told F&F.
    ?Currently we are operating 35 CNG trucks in our Vincennes location? (in Indiana), McCormick says. Bestway operates some 250 trucks overall. D2G specializes in conversion of Detroit Diesel Series 60 engines to dual fuel operation (F&F, May 27, 2014).
    ?Win-Win,? Says the Governor
    ?This CNG station is a win-win-win for Kentucky,? said Governor Steve Beshear. ?It helps strengthen our economy, improves our environment and supports our energy strategy. It?s an opportunity that makes sense.?
    ANG will accept major credit cards, Voyager, Wright Express/WEX, and other leading fleet cards. It will also offer a Fleet Fuel Savings Program.
    Ease of access is a design emphasis for the new Interstate-proximate American Natural Gas CNG station in Georgetown, Kentucky.

  • #2
    American Natural Gas Now Has Some 40 CNG stations in 13 states serving Anheuser-Busch, Frito-Lay, Swift, and Central Freight as well as other commercial and public vehicles. ANG CEO Drew West announced just prior to Christmas 2016 the acquisition of 11 CNG stations in Arizona, Kansas, Texas, Utah, California, and Colorado through the acquisition of Questar Fueling, and seven stations in Indiana and Ohio via the acquisition of Constellation CNG.

    ANG has also acquired from Questar a state-of-the-art mobile fueling unit, which can be transported wherever a client needs for temporary fueling or backup redundancy.

    Questar Fueling was established in mid-2012 as a non-regulated entity by the Salt Lake City-based Questar (F&F, July 17, 2012). Questar was acquired by Dominion Resources early this year. Exelon Corp announced the entry of its Constellation unit into the CNG business in early 2015. (F&F, January 22, 2015)


    • #3
      Joseph Bebon for NGTNews Nov 17 2017 - American Natural Gas (ANG) has completed the modernization of 18 recently acquired CNG stations across the Midwest, Southwest, and West Coast. The upgraded stations were acquired by ANG through the separate purchases of Constellation CNG LLC and Questar Fueling Company.

      The upgrades include rebuilt compressors to improve reliability and add remote access controls and 24-hour surveillance systems; new Bennett Crind dispensers at seven of the locations with NGV1 and NGV2 nozzles for exact temperature compensation; upgraded IT systems to support remote monitoring; and upgraded POS systems for a seamless customer experience.

      The upgraded stations are found at the following locations:

      2240 N. Michigan Ave., Greensburg, IN
      510 S. Post Rd., Indianapolis, IN
      290 Yost Dr., Lafayette, IN
      420 Steven’s Way, Seymour, IN
      2720 Needmore Rd., Dayton, OH
      5343 Distribution Dr., Findlay, OH
      1001 South 65th Ave., Phoenix, AZ
      5625 Southwest Wenger St., Topeka, KS
      6580 Kansas Ave., Kansas City, KS
      650 East Centre Park Blvd., De Soto, TX
      4200 Duncanville Rd., Dallas, TX
      5800 Mesa Dr., Houston, TX
      5348 East Houston St., San Antonio, TX
      5260 West 2400 South, West Valley City, UT
      35750 Highway 58, Buttonwillow, CA
      14512 Aliso Dr., Fontana, CA
      10405 East 40th Ave., Denver, CO

      Status of ANG stations may be found online:


      • #4
        June 17, 2019 - American Natural Gas (ANG) today acquired AMP CNG, a natural gas fuel provider. This acquisition bolsters ANG s reach by adding 20 additional natural gas fueling stations to its portfolio. ANG CEO, Andrew West said the acquisition allows ANG to expand into the southeast region of the country.

        Simultaneously, ANG continues to pursue its goal of providing 100 percent Renewable Natural Gas by 2020. With mounting pressure to improve air quality and our environment, this acquisition is our step towards a more sustainable future. Heavy duty diesel trucks are the leading cause of emissions. When zero emission natural gas vehicles are paired with renewable natural gas, CNG vehicles boast more than a 125 percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, thereby increasing our energy independence, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and reducing the adverse health impacts from the transportation sector.

        Natural gas is the cleanest burning alternative fuel available that has the power to run heavy-duty vehicles. Additionally, natural gas is quieter, safer, less expensive, and abundant in America: