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  • #16
    This link shows that CLEAN ENERGY built the compression facility from which the CNG trailers supply a network of 14 CNG stations. Vehicles and CNG buses are shown. The natural gas offers a savings of 40 per cent from other fuels that had been in use.


    • #17
      Joseph Green for LNG INDUSTRY Nov 7 2017 - Huapu Gas is currently dispatching nearly 40 trailers a day, each carrying 20 t of LNG. That is double the number six months ago, with customers lured by quick delivery and the chance to bypass higher government-set prices for pipeline gas.

      The trend is a major break from the global industry norm, where buyers and sellers are locked into long-term contracts – some as long as 20 years – and rely on pipeline grids to deliver the fuel.

      China s first gas trailer hit the road in 2003 as trucks run by companies like Guanghui Energy travelled for over a week to ship gas from remote northwestern onshore fields to factories 5000 km to the south.

      Now, trucking companies are expected to play a critical role in keeping the world s most populous nation fuelled this winter as it embarks on an experiment to heat homes in nearly 30 northern cities with gas.

      A specialist in delivering imported gas, Huapu Gas secures gas under an annual contract with a nearby CNOOC-operated LNG terminal in Tianjin and also spot cargoes from Caofeidian, supplying customers by trailers loaded with 13 m long tanks storing the chilled gas.

      Gas distributors like the country s largest player ENN Energy Holdings and niche dealers like Huapu have spent heavily this year expanding their fleet of trailers, each costing nearly a million yuan (US$150 300).

      Zhangjiagang-based cryogenic equipment maker Santum, controlled by CIMC Enric, the country s top producer of LNG trailers, sold 600 vehicles in the first nine months of this year, up from 410 in all of 2016.

      Surging spot LNG prices amid concerns about winter demand have drawn in rare shipments from as far as Norway and the United States.

      During a recent visit to PetroChina s gas import terminal at Caofeidian, a district of Tangshan, trailers lined up in a sprawling car park hours before an LNG vessel from Australia docked at the jetty.

      A key receiving point for imported gas, trucked LNG sales from Caofeidian soared to 480 million m3 by mid-October, already up sixfold from all of 2016, according to PetroChina Jintang LNG Co Ltd which operates the terminal.


      • #18
        Michael Bates for NGTNews August 24, 2020 - Chesapeake Utilities Partners with Atlanta Gas Light on CNG Station

        The station will provide a CNG supply source for the company’s Marlin Gas Services subsidiary’s CNG virtual pipeline operations. Marlin is a North American supplier of mobile CNG utility and pipeline natural gas solutions, and the Savannah location at the Port Fuel Center located in Port Wentworth will provide greater access to Marlin’s customers in Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina.

        This new fueling station will support Marlin CNG mobile fuel and virtual pipeline trailer filling as well as local CNG fleets. The CNG fueling station is slated to open in early 2021.



        • #19
          Kim Okafor for ACT-News - Bringing Clean Fuel Where It Is Needed Most

          Pennsylvania, with Trillium’s award-winning public-private partnership project with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, PennDOT now has CNG stations located in Johnstown, Allentown, York, and Erie that can not only accommodate retail fueling, but also have the capacity and space to fill large tube trailers to bring CNG to customers who may require a Virtual pipeline solution—wherever they’re located.

          Virtual pipeline technology works by compressing and dispensing natural gas, from a centralized private or public station, into lightweight, high-capacity trailers. Once stored safely in the trailer, compressed natural gas can then be easily transported, delivered, and stored long-term nearly anywhere it’s needed.

          At 10-, 20-, 40- and 45-foot lengths, Quantum offers transport and storage solutions for every fleets’ needs. While Quantum’s maneuverable, lightweight trailers are geared towards temporary projects or smaller fleets, their largest container to remain under the 80,000 pound over the road limit, hauls up to 474,323,000 square cubic feet of CNG—that’s the equivalent of over 3,900 DGE of CNG.

          Quantum manufactures both the CNG tanks and system, supplying fleets with the industry’s most cost-competitive products that have already withstood 1 million miles of testing.



          • #20
            Dajhea Jones for 23 Mar 2022 - CNG fueling station opens at Port of Savannah

            PORT WENTWORTH, Ga. State and local leaders, Atlanta Gas Light, and Chesapeake Utilities Corporation celebrated the opening of a new compressed natural gas fueling station at the Port of Savannah on Tuesday.

            First announced in 2020, the station was designed to serve local CNG fleets and RNG fueled vehicles. It will also be used as a staging area for Chesapeake’s Marlin Gas subsidiary to fill CNG transport trailers used in providing virtual pipeline services.

            The CNG fueling station is located on Augusta Road in Port Wentworth to allow easy access going in and out of the port.



            • #21
              Player and Company constructed a CNG fueling station in Valdosta, Georgia, that is open for public use. The station consists of two CNG compressors, two natural gas dryers, six high pressure storage spheres, automated valve panel, two CNG vehicle dispensers, and two credit card readers that may be used by any CNG vehicle owner.

              The station was constructed from the ground up by Player and Company, and is currently supplying 10 times the CNG fueling projected by the owner prior to construction. AGL is also building additional CNG stations in Georgia under a CNG Infrastructure Program recently approved by the Georgia Public Service Commission.