Charleston To See Opening of First CNG Vehicle Fueling Station

IGS CNG Services, in conjunction with other partners and Governor Tomblin’s office, announced that the grand opening of Charleston, West Virginia’s first compressed natural gas fueling station for vehicles will be held on January 28, 2014.  The fuelin(…)

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.(…)

New CNG Fueling Station Open in Bridgeport, WV

IGS Energy CNG Services (IGS) has opened its first compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station in West Virginia, reports the State Journal.  IGS president Scott White stated that the Bridgeport, WV station is the first of three that are planned to se(…)

CNG Station Opens in Cranberry Township

The Pittsburgh Business Times recently reported that Giant Eagle and Peoples Natural Gas have partnered to open a compressed natural gas filling station at the GetGo station in Cranberry Township on Route 228.  According to the article, Giant Eagle ex(…)

New CNG Fueling Stations Coming Online in West Virginia

The compressed natural gas (CNG) services company IGS Energy recently announced that its CNG fueling station in Bridgeport should be open by September 1st, and that it began construction on another station in Charleston on August 6th, the State Journa(…)

Range Resources to Convert Fleet to CNG

MarketWatch reports that Range Resources will convert its vehicle fleet to cleaner-burning compressed natural gas.  Range’s current fleet consists of approximately 184 CNG vehicles, about 100 of which operate in southwestern Pennsylvania.  Most of the(…)

Benefits of Natural Gas Vehicles Touted at Conference in Charleston

West Virginia Governor Earl Ray Tomblin and the West Virginia Oil and Natural Gas Association, both enthusiastic advocates for utilizing natural gas produced from the Appalachian basin to fuel natural gas vehicles (NGVs), sponsored the 2013 Appalachia(…)

Pittsburgh’s Second CNG Station to Open in Station Square

Pipeline reports that a former Exxon station in Station Square will be the home to Pittsburgh’s second compressed natural gas station (CNG).  The station will be owned by Desdemona Holdings LP, a subsidiary of Cleopatra Resources LLC, and will operate(…)

WV Natural Gas Vehicle Tax Force Report Outlines Recommendations

As reported in the Fayette Tribune, West Virginia Governor Earl Ray Tomblin’s Natural Gas Vehicle Task Force has released its final report on how the state can utilize its natural gas resources to reduce transportation costs and boost the local econom(…)

New CNG Conversion Facility Announced for Morgantown

INNOVA Commercialization Group, a West Virginia early-stage investment program, has announced that it will provide financing to Alternative Fuel Solutions of West Virginia, LLC for the construction of a facility in Morgantown that will convert afterma(…)

CNG Fueling Stations Coming to I-79 in West Virginia, Pennsylvania reports that IGS Energy, an Ohio-based company, will build and operate compressed natural gas fueling stations along Interstate 79 in West Virginia and Pennsylvania.  IGS indicates that the $10 million network of CNG fueling stations will h(…)

Kanawha County Developing Infrastructure for CNG Vehicle Fleet

The Kanawha County Commission is accepting bids for the development of a compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling port to service the County’s  CNG-powered Chevrolet Tahoe and future CNG-powered fleet vehicles, reports the Charleston Gazette.  Kanawha Cou(…)

Virginia Joins West Virginia, Ohio, and Pennsylvania in Multi-State CNG Vehicle Initiative

Virginia is the latest state to join a multi-state initiative to convert government vehicle fleets to run on compressed natural gas (CNG).  Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell announced on October 2, 2012 that he is now allied with the governors of 21 oth(…)

Chesapeake and Giant Eagle in CNG Refueling Site Talks

The Pittsburgh Business Times reports that Chesapeake Energy Corp. is in talks with Giant Eagle concerning a possible joint venture which would involve the installation of compressed nature gas (CNG) refueling facilities at Giant Eagle’s GetGo gas sta(…)