Natural gas chain opens fueling station

​The operator of Charleston’s compressed natural gas vehicle filling station on Tuesday celebrated the opening of its sixth station. IGS CNG Services has opened its latest CNG fueling station located near Youngstown, Ohio, along Interstate 80 in Girard. It is the sixth station the company has opened in the region in recent years. The company already operates stations in Charleston, Bridgeport and Jane Lew in West Virginia, along with two others in Dublin and Orrville in Ohio. It plans to open additional stations in Dayton and Findlay, Ohio, in the near future. IGS Energy president Scott White said the company hopes to develop a regional infrastructure that can serve businesses and individuals who choose to switch to natural gas-powered vehicles. “Our plan responds to the emerging market demand for fast, convenient refueling of CNG vehicles,” White said. “We want to create the opportunity to travel all over the region without a worry of whether you can find a location to fuel up with compressed natural gas.”

This article was first published by Charleston Daily Mail.


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