In conjunction with Englefield Oil, IGS CNG Services announced that a fueling station will be constructed at the existing Duchess convenience store, a BP fueling station in Obetz, Ohio. It will service all size of vehicles and will feature two dispensers with two high flow and two ‘fleet’ style hoses. These dispensers will allow users to plug their NGVs into the dispenser and refuel in the same amount of time it would take to refuel traditional gasoline or diesel vehicles.
“Englefield Oil Company is pleased to be working with IGS CNG Services to provide another fuel alternative to the public,” said Bill Englefield, president of Englefield Oil Company. “We are hopeful that the Obetz Duchess is just the start of a great partnership with IGS. We anticipate offering this fuel alternative at other Duchess locations around the state of Ohio in the future.”
The Obetz station will be the ninth station in the IGS CNG Services family of stations that service the public, and the first CNG station at a Duchess location. Of the nine stations, the company has two currently under construction in Findlay and Dayton, Ohio along with three active stations in Ohio and three in West Virginia. The Ohio stations are located in Dublin (owned by the City of Dublin), Orrville and Girard. The West Virginia stations are located in Charleston, Bridgeport, and Jane Lew.
“Our goal is to develop infrastructure in the Midwest that serves businesses and individuals utilizing CNG,” said Scott White, president and CEO of IGS Energy. “Our plan responds to the emerging market demand for fast, convenient refueling of natural gas vehicles. We want to develop the opportunity for customers to travel all over the region while ensuring they can easily find a spot to fuel up with compressed natural gas.”
Source: IGS CNG Services