CNG Source built its first public CNG station in 1996, well before compressed natural gas as an alternate fuel began gaining popularity in the mid-2000s.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN (PRWEB) August 28, 2014
CNG Source, a leading provider of compressed natural gas solutions for fleets and station builders, has expanded operations with the opening of a regional office in Houston, Texas, in the Energy Corridor. This regional branch will serve as a launch pad for increasing the company’s presence in the Southwest and Latin America. Karim Bousfina, the newly appointed Vice President of Marketing and Development, is tasked with helming the regional operations and advancing the company’s development.
“We have been a leader in the compressed natural gas industry for a long time,” said Bousfiha. “This new office allows us to continue advancing CNG Source as the provider of a more efficient and cleaner fuel solution.”
CNG Source built its first public CNG station in 1996, well before compressed natural gas as an alternate fuel began gaining popularity in the mid-2000s. The company continues to champion CNG through research and development of new equipment and technologies for harnessing its power.
“We are one of a few companies with the expertise and capability to be a one-stop-shop for CNG,” said Bousfiha.
Now that CNG has become an economically attractive alternative for fleet operators, CNG Source is leveraging its expertise to grow the company. They will soon unveil plans for new stations and product lines. Headquarters will remain in Indianapolis.
ABOUT CNG SOURCE
A veteran company based in Indianapolis, CNG Source manufactures efficient and precise equipment and solutions for packagers and station builders that range from fuel posts and fuel dispensers to complete fueling solutions in-a-box. CNG Source also provides specialized engineering and R&D services, as well as CNG turnkey solutions for commercial fleets. The company is led by President Doug Lubs, a mechanical engineer from Purdue University.