Partner companies including Antero Resources, Chesapeake Energy and EQT Corporation have already committed to fuel vehicles on the I-79. The West Virginia Department of Highways (DOH) has also committed to fuel state CNG-powered vehicles at Corridor stations.
“Natural gas presents an unprecedented opportunity for providing clean, domestic and abundant fuel for this country thanks in large part to resources in West Virginia. Opening West Virginia’s first public CNG fueling station demonstrates the commitment we and our partners have to support the general public’s desire for multiple fueling options, which is the way of the future,” said Al Schopp, Chief Administrative Officer and Regional Vice President Appalachia, Antero Resources.
Source: IGS Energy