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CNG Stations in

Natural gas vehicles can be refueled at refueling stations in the same way as diesel and gasoline vehicles. There are more than 1,200 CNG stations in the United States, including public and private fleet stations.

A typical CNG station consists of a compressor, gas dryer, storage tank, dispenser and subway piping. In most cases, a CNG station is created by connecting a fuel compressor to the nearest subway natural gas distribution network.

There are two types of CNG stations: instant-fill and storage. The instantaneous filling stations connect directly the natural gas distribution network with the vehicle by means of a compressor that will increase the pressure of the natural gas from the existing pressure in the network, usually between 2 and 5 bar pressure and 160 bar pressure in the vehicle, and its filling speed will depend on the pressurization capacity of the compressor, being the model as electric vehicles with batteries connected to a charger for several hours. The CNG stations that have storage perform the pressurization in two or three stages storing the pressurized gas at intermediate pressures, these can supply fuel to several vehicles in the same space for a shorter period of time, with a greater autonomy and more frequently. At these stations, pressure jumps are reduced and accelerated, this eliminates the need for drivers to queue for a limited number of fuel pumps, minimizes labor costs and allows full refueling at pressures up to 3,600 psi.

Most common for CNG fueling stations in the United States with retail service are stations with storage. However, for fleets that return to an overnight point at the end of the day, instant refueling points are common due to the lower value of the compression equipment.

Map of CNG refueling stations in USA

List of CNG filling stations in USA

Station NameStreet AddressCityState
Ditch Witch of Alaska1800 W 47th AveAnchorageALASKA
Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit Authority3105 8th Ave NBirminghamALABAMA
Arkansas Oklahoma Gas Corp2100 S Waldron RdFort SmithARKANSAS
Washington Elementary School District12641 N 39th AvePhoenixARIZONA
SoCalGas - Van Nuys Base16645 Saticoy StLos AngelesCALIFORNIA
Clean Energy - Denver International Airport Rental Car27700 E 78th AveDenverCOLORADO
Norwich Public Utilities157 N Main StNorwichCONNECTICUT
Chesapeake Utilities500 Energy LnDoverDELAWARE
Clean Energy - Orlando Airport6155 Cargo RdOrlandoFLORIDA
PS Energy - Atlanta340 Whitehall StAtlantaGEORGIA
Kwik Star #215100 W 65th StDavenportIOWA
Clean Energy - Republic Services11101 W Executive DrBoiseIDAHO
Ozinga Energy - Lumber St2222 S Lumber StChicagoILLINOIS
Kakco4355 Lafayette BlvdIndianapolisINDIANA
CNG@WORK401 Kindleberger RdKansas CityKANSAS
Kentuckiana Cleanfuel6200 Geil LnLouisvilleKENTUCKY
Lafayette Consolidated Government1515 E University AveLafayetteLOUISIANA
Alternative Vehicle Service Group - Worcester20 Quinsigamond AveWorcesterMASSACHUSSETTS
GAIN Clean Fuel - Baltimore1601 62nd StBaltimoreMARYLAND
DTE Energy - Lynch11043 French RdDetroitMICHIGAN
Kwik Trip #6591990 Scott Rd NWRochesterMINNESOTA
City of Springfield1111 W Chestnut ExpySpringfieldMONTANA
Piedmont Natural Gas - Charlotte112 Verbena StCharlotteNORTH CAROLINA
Trillium13233 Cornhusker RdOmahaNEBRASKA
Alternative Vehicle Service Group - City of Nashua11 Riverside DrNashuaNEW HAMPSHIRE
Clean Energy - City of Atlantic City1100 N Albany AveAtlantic CityNEW JERSEY
Love's Travel Stop #61412605 Central Ave NWAlbuquerqueNEW MEXICO
Clean Energy - Las Vegas City Center3683 Industrial RdLas VegasNEVADA
Con Edison - E 16th St Service Center700 E 16th StNew YorkNEW YORK STATE
GAIN Clean Fuel - Columbus1710 Atlas StColumbusOHIO
Oklahoma Natural Gas - Tulsa Service Center5848 E 15th StTulsaOKLAHOMA
Oregon Department of Administrative Services State Motor Pool1100 Airport Rd SESalemOREGON
Clean N' Green200 Rangos LnWashingtonPENNSYLVANIA
Piedmont Natural Gas - Spartanburg501 W Blackstock RdSpartanburgSOUTH CAROLINA
Clean N' Green1428 Antioch PikeNashvilleTENNESSEE
Clean Energy - Downtown Dallas801 S Riverfront BlvdDallasTEXAS
Semi-Service4285 W 1385 SSalt Lake CityUTAH
Clean Energy - Quarles211 Maury StRichmondVIRGINIA
Clean N' Green149 SW Kenyon StSeattleWASHINGTON STATE
EVO CNG - Oak Creek7155 1st StOak CreekWISCONSIN
IGS CNG Services - Charleston10 Spring StCharlestonWEST VIRGINIA
Dominion Energy - Exxon - Get 'N Go1640 Elk StRock SpringsWYOMING

News about CNG refueling stations in USA

October 2, 2021. Chevron and Mercuria Energy create a joint venture to own and operate American Natural Gas and its 60 compressed natural gas stations.

The creation of the joint venture with Geneva-based Mercuria, one of the world's largest integrated energy and commodities companies, will allow the Chevron U.S.A. subsidiary to rapidly grow its renewable natural gas value chain, complementing its previously announced plan to open more than 30 Chevron-branded CNG stations by 2025, the company said in an earlier statement announcing the proposed JV.

Chevron U.S.A. is building a large-scale, vertically integrated renewable natural gas business in the United States, it said in the statement. Through its partnerships with Brightmark and California Bioenergy, San Ramon, California-based Chevron is developing projects to produce renewable natural gas from dairy digesters across the country.

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