CNG fueling network expands

ENRG has expanded its network of compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicle fueling stations on the West Coast. New or expanded fueling sites include: Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, Oakland International Airport, Palm Springs International Airport, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, two sites in San Francisco and one in Pasadena, CA. Seal Beach, CA-based ENRG provides vehicular natural gas

ENRG has expanded its network of compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicle fueling stations on the West Coast.

New or expanded fueling sites include: Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, Oakland International Airport, Palm Springs International Airport, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, two sites in San Francisco and one in Pasadena, CA.

Seal Beach, CA-based ENRG provides vehicular natural gas (CNG and LNG) to more than 25,000 private and public fleet vehicles fueling at over 90 locations in California, Arizona, Vancouver and Toronto. ENRG was formed in June 2001 through the combination of TX-based Pickens Fuel Corp., Canada-based BCG eFuels, Inc and Vancouver, British Columbia-based natural gas engine maker Westport Innovations.

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