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Local CNG Stations Could Double Over the Next Two Years

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that the number of compressed natural gas stations could double over the next two years.  The increase is a result of a number of companies converting their vehicle fleets to run on CNG.  Recently, Shale Hotels Inc. and “O” Ring CNG Fuel Systems LP entered into a joint venture to build an undisclosed amount of CNG stations.  There are currently five CNG stations in Southwestern Pennsylvania that are open to the public:  EQT’s Strip District facility, Giant Eagle’s stations in Crafton and Cranberry, American Natural’s Station Square station and Waste Management’s Clean-n-Green station in Washington County.