Corridor Clean Fuels Announces CNG Station Groundbreaking in Dothan, AL

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Corridor Clean Fuels, LLC has broken ground on what will be the largest publicly accessible compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station in the state of Alabama. Located in Dothan, the station will provide high volume, high flow CNG under Corridor's Cynergy brand.

"....designed to provide high-volume Class 5-8 trucks with an efficient CNG fueling experience." Randy Spence, COO

Corridor Clean Fuels announced today that they have broken ground on construction of what will be Alabama's largest publicly accessible CNG fueling station, to be located at 735 Ross Clark Circle in Dothan, Alabama.

According to Randy Spence, COO of Corridor, "The station is designed to provide high volume Class 5-8 trucks with an efficient CNG fueling experience very similar to fueling with diesel. We will also have dispensers designed for the growing light and medium duty NGV (natural gas vehicle) market. The CNG fueling station should be operational-by early fall of 2014 if projected schedules are met."

CEO Dan Johnson said "We are excited to begin with Dothan, AL as our first CNG station. This area is a hub of regional transportation, and we will be providing fuel savings of up to 40% over the cost of fueling with gasoline or diesel."

General information on CNG and an easy to use CNG Savings Calculator can be found on it's website.
For information call Corridor Clean Fuels at 256-894-0098

Corridor Clean Fuels, LLC is an Alabama-based company focused on developing, owning and operating CNG fueling stations to distribute its Cynergy brand of CNG fuel across the southeastern United States.

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