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  • Greetings from Lagrange,Illinois!

    Hi All,
    I thought it was about time to join the group. I am driving a 2008 Civic GX and enjoying this CNG Adventure. We have only one site in the Chicago area where the public can buy CNG, so I appreciate all the practical knowledge and good sense made available on this forum.
    Thanks,
    Dave

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    Re: Greetings from Lagrange,Illinois!

    DaveK I work in Countryside but live in North Aurora, I am hoping to start a public fueling station in North Aurora through the Small Business Administration.

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      Re: Greetings from Lagrange,Illinois!

      You might want to get acquainted with our member cngpizza
      http://cngchat.com/forum/member.php?4708-cngpizza

      He runs his Chicago-area delivery trucks out of a private CNG station
      http://www.pr.com/press-release/241551

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        Re: Greetings from Lagrange,Illinois!

        John, I really appreciate your site. I want to open an Alternate Fuels Truck Stop. I live in Illinois so Bio-Diesel and Ethanol are major initiatives in the market. By offering a variety of fuel sources I hope to have a more competitve service. I will also have a Bi-Fuel conversion franchise at the Truck Stop and offer Mobile Fueling for fleets and those who can't make it into a public fuel station. This country is so close to adoption of CNG as a transport fuel, and the general public would suffer so much during a supply interuption or massive price increase for gas/diesel that it is in the national security interst to have a setting where CNG transport service can be readily available. I think I know a perfect site to house the Truck Stop but really could just use some support for my idea right now. I am looking at an outfit from Argentina for the conversions. I am not looking to get rich quick, or at all, but looking to make a difference in this effort and grab the ball and run with it for awhile. Any advise for a dreamer like me?

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