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  • Re: My next project: Open up public fueling on Ca/Az border

    RE: Cng refills on way to Phoenix, AZ
    I recently used the Washington Unified School District public cng at 12641 N 39th St in Phoenix. It was a nice set of two pumps (thus 4 hoses) as each pump had 3,000 psi and 3,600 psi. It's next to school so obviously they are using for school buses. Got a nice fill of say 95% full. Also, price was $2.05 per gge and only needed credit card. I sure would recommend it over any Clean Energy site.
    * * Curtis * * Is plan to get Honda dealer outside of Phoenix (ie towards Blythe, CA on Highway 10) to open up another public cng station at dealership?? Another option would be school district based on success of Washington USD. There are supporting articles on web for Tulsa, OK that has very large implementation of cng for their buses - - ie mandated cng.
    Last edited by cngacrossusa; 03-05-2008, 10:47 PM.

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    Re: My next project: Open up public fueling on Ca/Az border

    Next Great spot for a public station would be Flagstaff!
    Its too bad Unisource Energy up there does not even use natural gas
    for their own vehicles ( 1 CNG Forklift, only NGV in whole fleet)
    They have 9 FuelMakers, but only use them for fueling their temporary
    supply bottles at each of their shops.
    Dave Clement

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      Re: My next project: Open up public fueling on Ca/Az border

      If the Fly J's do well in Utah with CNG, maybe we should talk to them about the Flying J on I-10 in Ehrenberg, Az ??
      There are 5 Flying J's in Arizona that could be candidates for public CNG stations.
      Dave Clement

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        Re: My next project: Open up public fueling on Ca/Az border

        Dave,
        Ehrenberg/Blythe is definitely a no-brainer. I believe thier based out of SLC, if anyone knows who to contact, let me know. We certainly have the equipment. Lordsburg and El Paso would certainly help also.

        As for Unisource, they don't know who they want to be from year to year.
        They sell thier gas interests in Tucson Gas & Electric years ago to SW Gas and then go and buy Citizens Gas. Found and buildup Global Solar Energy in Tucson and then sell it off? Definitely a bunch of squirrels, I know, I worked there for four years.
        Last edited by cnghal; 06-04-2008, 09:29 PM.
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